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Does anyone know what file contains the theme control, specifically the get_header(), in the All-In-One Calendar plugin?

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AI1EC is driven from page.php in the active "theme" directory.

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I'll come back sometime after tomorrow to accept this as the answer, unless the next visitor wished to click the checkmark for me...thanks. –  H. Ferrence Mar 2 '12 at 14:00

Do you have shell access? If you run grep -r get_header * in the plugin directory that should point you in the right direction. Or you could unzip the plugin on your computer and search through it that way.

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Excellent idea @djb, but that command does not work on our system. I do have shell access. grep: illegal option -- r Usage: grep -hblcnsviw pattern file . . . –  H. Ferrence Mar 1 '12 at 18:45
    
how about find . -name "*.php" | xargs grep get_header? –  djb Mar 2 '12 at 10:31
    
Ok, thanks @djb...but I ended up just downloading the whole site and using my FTP Client (Dreamweaver) to do a site-wide search. I found the script file. See my answer. –  H. Ferrence Mar 2 '12 at 13:58

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