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Custom Page Template in PageLines

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catrina
If you are using the Pagelines Customize plugin available from the store, then yes it is still valid. You'll need to install and activate the plugin then follow the instructions here: http://www.pagelines.com/wiki/How_to_Use_the_PageLines_Customize_Plugin

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Designer | Catrina Dulay

Founder | Catrina and Mouse

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xperia
I'm talking about page template, i'm planning to create facebook fan page template.. so i need to add some additional codes in the template

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MrFent
Hi xperia, Download, install, & activate the PageLines Customize plugin. Refer to Catrina's link if you need help on that. Once the plugin is activated, go to the folder where the plugin is located. It should be: /wp-content/plugins/pagelines-customize Inside the pagelines-customize folder there is a file called "page.base.php". Duplicate that file and rename it to "page.facebook.php" (or change facebook to whatever name you want) Now open the file & change Template Name: Custom Page to Template Name: Facebook (or again, whatever name you choose.) Save the file & you should see your new custom page template

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Jason M
I'm trying to create a custom page template and the above method seems to work fine, but I'm having trouble getting the page to display properly when I require a user to login before viewing the page. I'm using framework 2.0 and here's the particular page I'm working on: http://www.compression.org/test-page-3/ The login is required, but most of the page is already displayed prior to login. I've moved around the line of code setup_pagelines_template() and I've gotten the login box to display properly, but then, once logged in the page only displays a text line with the code setup_pagelines_template() and none of the page content. I followed the above steps and renamed the copied page.base.php to page.login.php. The login code is coming from this site: http://www.rlmseo.com/blog/require-login-for-wordpress-pages/ Any help would be greatly appreciated. log in to view this page. You can register free here.'); endif;?>

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