One of the difficulties with designing a theme is knowing what to do with all the plugin hooks in a template. For example, imagine a typical post from the Submit plugin: What you've got AVATAR - TITLE AUTHOR - DATE - CATEGORY DESCRIPTION TAGS - COMMENTS - FLAG IT! If you delved into the template itself, you'll see you've got something like: HOOK - TITLE AUTHOR - DATE - HOOK DESCRIPTION HOOK What you want Let's say you wanted to move the tags to the top, next to the category, like this: AVATAR - TITLE AUTHOR - DATE - CATEGORY - TAGS DESCRIPTION COMMENTS - FLAG IT! How you do it To do that, you need to understand the plugin hook itself. Let's take a look: PHP: <?php $h->pluginHook('sb_base_show_post_extra_fields'); ?> The pluginHook function takes the following parameters: (1) $hook = ""; (2) $folder = ""; (3) $parameters = array(); (4) $exclude = array(); (1) is the name of the plugin hook. (2) is if you want to specify which plugin to use. In most cases, this will be blank so all plugins with the same hook will run. (3) an array of additional arguments to pass to each function at that hook. (4) an array of plugins you don't want to be included. So, if you want to show only the tags, you can do this: PHP: <?php $h->pluginHook('sb_base_show_post_extra_fields', 'tags'); ?> And to exclude tags from the original plugin hook (which you still need to show categories and the alert flag), do this: PHP: <?php $h->pluginHook('sb_base_show_post_extra_fields', '', array(), array('tags')); ?> If you want to exclude more than one plugin, just list them in the last array, like this: Code: array('tags', 'categories', 'plugin3, 'plugin4') Summary The pluginHook, although not pretty, gives you enough flexibility to completely redesign your theme without breaking things if you choose to add more plugins later on. For a more in-depth look at plugin hooks, read Working with Plugin Hooks.