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Hi, I am creating a MU site using platformpro, and for every multisite i am creating child theme to enable individual styling, one of my child theme requires to display the info of all the registered users, and i want to create a custom theme so i can add my html/php code to it, i followed the directions and created a file page.about.php (in my child theme folder) and added the hook to functions.php if ( function_exists( 'pagelines_add_page' ) ) pagelines_add_page('about', 'About Theme'); It does display me my about theme in the drop down when i go to add new page. But i cant seem to get how can i add my custom code on top of it ah ur system doesnt allow me to upload a screenshot :( or am i missing something on that. So this is something i am trying to achieve """"""" <?php /* Template Name: About Theme */ setup_pagelines_template();

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This file resides in my child theme folder (page.about.php)

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mccyuq
hey support i found a way to add the hook , and it shows up, but now the problem is it shows on all the pages where i just want to show it on my theme page The hook add_action('pagelines_before_maincontent', 'author_code'); // function name function author_code(){ ?> html content

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Danny
Hi, PHP isn't my forte however, I think you will need to us the is_page() conditional. Look at the link below for more information. http://codex.wordpress.org/Function_Reference/is_page

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Rob
Great. I will accept Danny's answer for you.

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