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I have a website designed in simple php http://www.fsbizcollect.com/.

It has a wordpress blog installed under sub-directory called "business-debt-collection-agency-blog"


To query posts from blog on home page, I am using:


<? foreach($sql->select("wp_posts", "where post_status = 'publish' order by post_date desc limit 3") as $row){ ?>

      <div class="bEntry">

          <h2><?= $row['post_title'] ?></h2>

          <h3><?= date('F j, Y', strtotime($row['post_date'])) ?></h3>

          <p> <?= $row['post_excerpt'] ?> <a href="<?= $row['guid'] ?>">Read More</a></p>


          <? } ?>


It is working fine. I want to put post thumbnails on homepage. Post thumbnail should be automatically resized to width=110px and will be placed in  :

<div class="blogThumb">




Could anyone provide php script for this?


Thank you

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Thanks for your reply.

I can't use plugins because I need to query database from outside of blog directory. Blog is installed in subdirectory. If use any of the functions given in plugin, it is giving php error. I can't even use wordpress functions, in that case also it is giving error. Mmy php code will go in index.php file lying in root directory.



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