Support » Plugin: WPCasa » Single Listing

  • rscarter1

    (@rscarter1)


    I’ve gone through all the documentation and I can’t figure out how to make a single listing page. The listing automatically are shown using /listing/-the address but there is no way to edit how this page looks. And it looks ugly as heck. The templates are jargon – there is no way to edit this for a normal human. How can I create single listings that look great and are easy to configure?

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  • Plugin Author WPSight

    (@wpsight)

    Hello,

    thanks for your report.

    It really mainly depends on the theme you’re using. Since WPCasa comes as a plugin but design is theme-specific, we’ve only included a very small amount of styling in order to not cause any style-conflicts with any of the themes.

    In order to get control about how your site should look like you might need to consider to customize your theme or alternatively have a look at our themes which come with custom templates specifically made to be used with our WPCasa plugin. You can also try them out here: https://try.wpcasa.com.

    Let me know if there is anything else I can do for you.

    All the best

    We have a theme we’re using. Not buying another one and spending another huge amount of time recustomizing the theme. We need an easy way to style the listings pages. A how-to guide, examples, anything?

    • This reply was modified 3 months, 3 weeks ago by rscarter1.
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    Plugin Author WPSight

    (@wpsight)

    Hello,

    to customize your theme in order to have more control over about how it looks like, I’d recommend you to have a look in our documentation here:

    https://docs.wpcasa.com/article/creating-child-themes/
    https://docs.wpcasa.com/article/using-templates/

    The first article explains how to create a child theme (if not already done), and the second explains the general mechanism about how to customize template files. Please understand that knowledge about WordPress Coding and PHP Development is required in order to do this.

    All the best

    Yes, I’ve looked at those. They do not help at all.

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