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Add tabs for custom content blocks to the edit page with enhanced theme-specific configuration and smart template switching. Makes use of custom fields, page templates and a theme-specific XML file. This plugin is based on MultiEdit. Visit Templ33t Home for updates and info.


Extract the zip file and just drop the contents in the wp-content/plugins/ directory of your WordPress installation and then activate the Plugin from Plugins page.

Templating: use the templ33t_block(‘block_name’) function wherever you want to add custom content (replacing ‘block_name’ with your custom block name).

Configuration File: create a file named templ33t.xml in your theme directory. It should be structured like this:

<main>Main Content</main>

You can have as many <template> elements as you like. Each one identifies the template file name (<file>), the label for the main content tab (<main>) and all custom content blocks (<block>) added to your template code.

Multi-Site Installation: Drop the contents in the wp-content/mu-plugins directory. Move templ33t.php into the parent directory and change the TEMPL33T_ASSETS path definition near the top of the file to WP_CONTENT.’/mu-plugins/templ33t/’

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  • initial build and import