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farnhamg    2
farnhamg

Hi

 

Anyone know if it is possible to create new templates on WHPro - I want to retain my homepage but have blog posts in main body of homepage but retain sliders and featured content above.

 

Thanks

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Rob

When WhiteHouse Pro was deprecated, yes, it was possible, however all the documentation has gone.  I'm unable to say just how to use it.  Since it's deprecated and subject to problems from WordPress upgrades, I'd strongly recommend updating to PageLines Framework.

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