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Templates to override html output

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  • professor99
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    @professor99

    Can’t be done using Frontend currently but the forthcoming Frontend Pro will be able to be customized very easily and we have already considered generating template files from this though that may not be included in the initial release.

    estepix
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    @estepix

    ok we’ll wait for the new Pro version

    professor99
    Member

    @professor99

    Tareqs just released the PRO version

    estepix
    Participant

    @estepix

    great! thanks a lot

    Sorry, I know this is an older thread but I was having the same ‘problem’ in that I want to be able to customise the plugin’s templates without editing the base files.

    I found this plugin just recently when I searching for solutions to a client project I have. I think this plugin is great and I personally recommended this it to my client as it’s (almost) exactly what they’re looking for (except for custom templates).

    I am a developer myself so I understand the need to earn something for the time and effort you’ve invested in this plugin. Unfortunately the project I’m working on has a wafer thin fixed budget and I just don’t think that I’d have any luck in convincing them to buy the Pro version.

    I was just wondering if there were any action/filter hooks built in to the free version which could be used for adding/editing content in the plugin’s templates from an external file?

    I did manage to find this article:
    http://tareq.wedevs.com/2012/04/how-to-extend-wp-user-frontend/

    …but I couldn’t see anything that did quite what I’m after.

    Thanks

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