Options Framework
[resolved] Adding Options Frame work to Existing Options Framework (4 posts)

  1. dtdang
    Posted 2 years ago #

    I purchased a premium theme that uses Options Framework to build out their theme options.

    I would like to create my own options panel, separate from their theme options page for a client to use. (Just simple text fields and image uploader instead of the whole kitchen sink of options.)

    Installing the plugin won't work, so I need to modify some files manually.

    Any tips on where to start? I want to create a new section under the Appearance tab that controls my own theme options separate from the one that currently exists in the theme I am using.


  2. Devin Price
    Plugin Author

    Posted 2 years ago #

    You can copy their options.php into the child theme, and then add/remove any options you don't want.

    You can put any custom options underneath a different tab

  3. melodieneuve
    Posted 2 years ago #

    Hi Devin, I just installed Portfolio Press and am trying to set up my homepage but I cannot even find any theme options, for ex. color etc. Could you help?
    Another problem is that 2 days ago I changed something in the HTML of another theme as I am trying to integrate complete self-made pages into wordpress, without success. Any possibility to return back and repair that? By the way, I still did not find the solution to integrate our self-made creative and artistic pages.
    Thanks in advance for your help,

  4. Devin Price
    Plugin Author

    Posted 2 years ago #

    You need to install the Options Framework plugin to load the options panel.

    Can't help you recover old files/changeset. Sorry.

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