KQF is an interesting WordPress plugin that deals with RSS feeds in various ways. The problem with this plugin is that it adds a footer to both the admin panel and the blog itself.
After looking for a fix, I've tried searching thru the php files. I discovered that the footer code of this plugin is added using the following code:
$content = preg_replace('/(<\/body>\s*<\/html>)\s*$/',
You can find this code in plugins/kqf/includes/core.php on line 49 (in version 1.8.0 of the plugin).
What that particular line does is it looks to replace the end of the theme's regular HTML code:
with its own code!
Now, we can't have THAT, can we? All you need to do is add a character to the replace string and it won't work anymore!
Here's what I've changed that line to:
$content = preg_replace('/(<\/body1>\s*<\/html>)\s*$/',
I've replaced the body with body1 and the original footer code will now remain intact.
Enjoy a stress-free awesome plugin!