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Sometimes, you have a WordPress site that your client wants to have a particular page or post use the layout from a completely different theme. Getting different themes to work alongside one another and not cause conflicts can be very frustrating! That’s why we design this plugin. It makes it easy to assign a different theme and layout to pages and posts on a per-page basis.
Simply create a new page or post as you normally would. Then, from the meta box menu “WXY Advanced Multitheme” you can change the theme layout used for this page/post by selecting a different them from the drop-down menu.
If you change your mind and want that content to be displayed using the default theme of your site, no problem! Just unselect the theme and it is now switched back to your original theme!
We also understand that compatibility is critical. That’s why every effort was made to ensure compatibility with third party themes and theme building plugins.
However, since no one can test every possible combination of WordPress setups, we have also included a handy way to tell WXY Advanced Multitheme to ignore any troublesome plugins when it is serving up content using an alternate theme. Just check the box, and it no longer gets loaded unless you are using a page/post that uses the default theme for your site.
If you want to turn all pages back to the default theme at once, simply turn off the WXY Advanced Multitheme plugin!
WXY Advanced Multitheme is Copyright 2017-Present Clarence “exoboy” Bowman and Bowman Design Works.com
WXY Advanced Multitheme is distributed under the terms of the GNU GPL
This program is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify
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Automatic Plugin Installation
To add a WordPress Plugin using the built-in plugin installer:
1. Go to Plugins > Add New.
Type in the name of the WordPress Plugin or descriptive keyword, author, or tag in Search Plugins box or click a tag link below the screen.
Find the WordPress Plugin you wish to install.
Click Details for more information about the Plugin and instructions you may wish to print or save to help setup the Plugin.
Click Install Now to install the WordPress Plugin.
The resulting installation screen will list the installation as successful or note any problems during the install.
If successful, click Activate Plugin to activate it, or Return to Plugin Installer for further actions.
Who needs this plugin?
People who need to support more than one theme on different pages/posts without trying to create a WordPress multisite environment with multiple domains.
The page/post that I assigned an alternate theme to is not working correctly.
Every effort was made to ensure compatibility with third party themes and theme building plugins. However, no one can test every possible combination of WordPress setups, which is why we have also included a handy way to tell WXY Advanced Multitheme to ignore any troublesome plugins when it is serving up content using an alternate theme. Just check the box, and it no longer gets loaded unless you are using a page/post that uses the default theme for your site.
Sign in to your WordPress admin area and go to Settings > WXY Advanced Multitheme > Blacklist to change these settings.
There is some strange layout code now appearing in my page/post.
WXY Advanced Multitheme does not alter the html or content of your page in any way. However, many third-party themes and theme builders do use theme-specific special codes for a lot of page elements like video containers, tables, columns, etc. The only way for this code to be supported is to use an alternative theme that supports it.
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Contributors & Developers
“WXY Advanced Multitheme” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.Contributors
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- Fixed PHP warning message being generated by the mu-plugin used by Multitheme.
- Added support for assigning different theme to WordPress’s site search function “http://somesite.com/?s=searchterm”
- Added support for reassigning the theme of the home page for sites that are inside of folders and not the root directory of the hosting account
- Minor bug fixes, improvements
- Added support for page/post editing theme-specific meta boxes and options when editing content and using an alternate theme