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hauntbee

Want to creating Theme, Section or Plugins from scratch.

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hauntbee

First, pagelines framework 2.0 is a great stuff to have! But I ain't a good enough to find something that might be already in here. So, i'm apologize if this discussion is a double post. PagelinesFramework 2.0 (PF2) is good framework, But when i want to start making a Theme from the scratch, i found something that really annoying me (maybe i'm not a good wordpress developer). And it's still too bad there's no good enough documentation. BASE THEME (hope it is detail) SETUP.PHP shot_2122012_104901.jpg What code can be in this file ? PAGE.EXAMPLE.PHP shot_2122012_105136.jpg What code can be in this file ? If I have filenames like PAGE.ABOUT.PHP , PAGE.CONTACT.PHP -- what code should i put on the files ? STYLE.CSS shot_2122012_105506.jpg If this file i write, will it override the framework css ? If it isn't -- how do I override all PF2 framework styling. SECTION SECTION DIRECTORY shot_2122012_113316.jpg SECTION TEMPLATE shot_2122012_113431.jpg SECTION CSS DEBUG shot_2122012_111650.jpg What i have found out is (please tell me if it is wrong) PF2 convert folder name as an ID SECTION. But, where do "texture" class, "content" class, "content-pad" class come from? can i remove them if i don't need it?

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Danny
Hi hauntbee I'm not quite sure what you're asking. I have provided you with a link to our documentation which should assist you. However, if you require further assistance, can you go into greater detail what you need help with please.

Please search our forums, before posting!

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hauntbee
I see it's because unclear question. there's so much views but just 1 answer. :) Thanks Danny, But where's the link you're talking about ? it's all about to make a PAGELINES FRAMEWORK THEME from scratch, PF2 has gave us a template ready called "PAGELINE-TEMPLATE-THEME". and here the questions. [quote] in [b]pageline-template-theme[/b], i have files : [list] [*] page.example.php [*] page.store.php [*] setup.php [*] style.css [/list] Questions : [list] [*] in [b]setup.php[/b] can we add some code or just should leave it.? [*] in [b]page.store.php[/b], what is setup_pagelines_template() for? is this function is a must to every page ? [*] in [b]style.css[/b], is this just to complete wordpress requirement use ? because when i add some css style, example : body-background , it didn't change the theme. what can style.css be used for beside wordpress requirement? [/list] in [b]section template[/b] you can see the image above, i wrote html [i][b]in section_template()[/b][/i] where there's no CLASS/ID of [i]container[/i], [i]top-sahut_logo[/i], [i]texture[/i], [i]content-pad[/i]. When i saw via firebug those class is in the source (image: SECTION CSS DEBUG) Questions : [list] [*] Where does this CLASS come from ? [*] How do i remove / override it ? [*] Is there any documentation about how the CLASS/IDs work on the SECTION? [/list] [/quote]

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Is there any docs that walk you tough creating a theme from scratch using pagelines, all the hooks etc? Maybe a tutorial that goes from HTML > Pagelines or even PSD > Paglines would be fantastic. I found a few strange things in the setup as well that I think a tutorial or advanced docs could clear up.

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Rob
This is the documentation to use: http://www.pagelines.com/wiki/How_to_Use_the_Base_Theme Our documentation is located here: http://www.pagelines.com/wiki/

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hauntbee
I don't know what happened. But i have this link [url="http://www.pagelines.com/forum/discussions/unanswered"]Priority tab[/url] now. :) And found some cleared question. i'm sorry about this post.

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