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  • I would like to know this too. Tested this with Sparkling (https://wordpress.org/themes/sparkling) and the article page shows a blank page even if the Storyform template is activated.. :/

    Reptar7

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    Storyform did respond to my email and I thought I would post it in case it is useful to someone else out there. They said:

    So right now Storyform isn’t supposed to be a template replacement. Rather it’s supposed to work in tandem with your template so that you can customize how the rest of your site looks. You can then also determine which posts use Storyform and which use your default template. As for which base template you use, its entirely up to you. We’re building this to work with any WordPress template.

    Right now there’s actually only 1 public Storyform template (“puget”). But we’re planning to release some new ones, as well as a custom template editor, in the near future.

    I also asked if it could work with ads, which it cannot so far. If they added an ad space, I might give this a go on a magazine type site.

    Reptar7

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