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Possible to Create Custom Page Templates for child theme?

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monmart

I have some php code I need to use on a page. I'm unable to locate the page templates in the DMS themes folder.

 

I followed this tutorial: http://support.pagelines.me/docs/customization/create-a-custom-page-template/

 

But after creating the template, I do not see it in the Pages section inside Admin.

 

Here's what I did

 

1.) I followed the tutorial above.

2.) Create a PHP file with my php code.

 

It looks like this

 


=============================================

<?php
/* Template Name: My Account */


/**
* The template displaying the "My Account" page
*
* @package EDD
* @version 1.0
* @since 1.0
* @author Mark
* @copyright Copyright (c) 2013, Mark.
*/
?>
<?php get_header(); ?>


    <section class="main clearfix">
        <div class="container clearfix">...............

============================================================

 

3.) I placed the file into my child theme directory.

4.) I went to the WP admin > Pages >  Sample Page

5.) Click on DMS template dropdown menu and nothing is there.

 

What did I miss?

 

 

 

 

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monmart

Still wondering about this one.

 

Maybe it's me, but that tutorial seems out of date?

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Rob

Hi,

 

You're right, the tutorial is out of date for DMS, but that's because it's a tutorial for Framework, not DMS.  The docs for DMS are only located at http://docs.pagelines.com.

 

DMS doesn't use template files like Framework.  It's all created and stored in the database. 

 

That said, to add PHP scripting to DMS, use Shortcode Exec PHP, a free plugin, and convert your PHP script to a shortcode.  Add it to DMS by including a TextArea where you plan to place it, then paste the shortcode into the TextArea. You can use CSS to position things, by creating a custom class for the textarea and including your custom CSS code in Custom Code.


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