Support » Plugin: Comic Easel » Creating custom template for a comic page

  • Hi,
    I am a bit of a php noob so please excuse my idiocy.
    I want to create a stand alone page to display my comics that isn’t using the default page template. By default it uses either the theme’s “index.php” and the “single.php” files as the templates.

    i followed some steps from this post

    Frumph suggested making “single-comic.php” and “content-comic.php” which I did but it still doesn’t work. Im assuming i’m just putting the injection code in the wrong place or something. I was wondering if someone could paste their “single-comic.php” and “content-comic.php” code for me to compare mine to.

    or if you have another suggestion of what i’m doing wrong id love to hear it.


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  • Plugin Author Frumph


    I found a good way to do it and that’s by actually using the chapters taxonomy template file

    that way when you go to<chapter-name>/ it brings up the custom template you created which can have anything from the current comic and all of the archives with it

    I am putting together one as we speak for comicpress for next release

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