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  • Plugin Author Andrea De Giovine

    (@andreadegiovine)

    Hi @zinkab thanks for using the plugin đŸ™‚

    Are you using the Elementor builder?
    If not, you can request the integration of compatibility by purchasing the PRO version available on my site.

    if you find the project interesting and you want to support me leave your 5 stars review đŸ™‚

    Thank you for the reply, I think that is fair.
    No, I am not using the Elementor.
    I decided to learn how to register a custom post type, and custom taxonomy.
    I have managed to do that, now I am at the step of a custom page template.
    Regards, and thank you

    hi @andreadegiovine I’m using Custom post types plugin, it’s really simple and efficient! But I’m having trouble with the custom template,because I can’t view the tutorial video, so I can’t find the answer from the video (is there a document guide?).
    The Problem description:
    My web theme is Olympus. Its editing page (including some featured fields) and display page are all designed. Then I creat the post style “NEWS” by CPT plgin successfully.I want the “NEWS” style has same editing page and display page as the original post, what should I do?I have copy the single.php from content/theme/olympus/ to content / uploads / custom templates/, but it doesn’t seem to take effect automatically. I don’t know how to do next. Thank you very much and look forward to your reply.

    • This reply was modified 3 months, 2 weeks ago by ziseshiya.

    @andreadegiovine I am sorry, above is a bit long. In summary, there are three questions I want to get your help:
    1. Is there a documentation manual?
    2. How to create the same editing interface as the original post?
    3. How to create the same display interface and document interface as the original post?

    • This reply was modified 3 months, 2 weeks ago by ziseshiya.
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