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FAQ: Using Child Theme Folders

Using child theme folders with the WordPress FAQ plugin. The WordPress FAQ plugin has theme folders inside wp-faq/views/default/ . For example the wp-faq/views/default folder which contains all templates, Javascript files, CSS files, images, etc. These are served to the customers on the front end. You can use child theme folders to create the same files and folders Continue Reading…

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Newsletters: Using a child theme folder

Using a child theme folder in the WordPress Newsletter plugin. By default, the Newsletter plugin includes a default theme folder at wp-content/plugins/wp-mailinglist/views/default/ which contains all the template files (PHP), styles (CSS), JavaScript (JS), etc. for the front-end that your users/subscribers see on the site. You may want to change some of the template files, the Continue Reading…

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FAQ Config: Themes & Custom CSS

FAQ > Configuration > Theme & Custom CSS You can make theme folders by copying the wp-faqs/views/default/ folder and renaming it to something like wp-faqs/views/my-theme/ or similar and making changes to the template files. You can access the wp-faqs folder via FTP, or File Manager in cPanel, and navigating to public_html/wp-content/plugins/. If you renamed it Continue Reading…

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