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  • Plugin Contributor Lionel Pointet

    (@lpointet)

    Hello,

    Unfortunately, your link shows an app where you must login before seeing the content, so I cannot see what you’re talking about.
    My guess is that pointfinder theme uses Visual Composer shortcodes, which are not WordPress native shortcodes, and thus are not handled by WP-AppKit. You can contact us at support [at] uncategorized-creations.com and we’ll try to guide you through this.

    Regarding mobix theme, it seems to be a WordPress (PHP) theme. It means it cannot be used as a WP-AppKit (JavaScript) theme as is. However, you probably could use it as a base, taking all HTML/CSS/JS files and re-create a WP-AppKit theme from them.

    We can support you in the App creation process if you send us an email: you can read this post for more information about that. Also, you can find help on our website.

    Happy App Coding,
    Lionel

    vinay404

    (@vinay404)

    mobix is not a php theme its html. and earlier i have created a barebone app with phonegap, a webview app actually, I want to show few pages through this app like, my apps home screen should look like mobix html template and from there i want to add menus in that for diffrent pages of my website, like get in touch page, listings page, posts page and few others, plus login and register feature, a form to write an article. a form to create a listing. How can i do that ? I am not well versed with wordpress and php. always try to do everything with tutorials. here is mobix template link. http://sindevo.com/mobix/preview.html

    and for present app i have updated the theme to use plain version. so you can see it now.

    Plugin Contributor Lionel Pointet

    (@lpointet)

    Hi,

    Unfortunately, your link now leads to a “suspended account” page, so I cannot see anything.

    Regarding mobix, if you can directly get the HTML/CSS/JS theme, then it will be easier to integrate it in a WP-AppKit theme. There is still some development needed though, as the theme itself needs to be “attached” to the WP-AppKit theme API to run correctly in your app.

    Everything you are talking about is possible with our plugin, even if some features may need more development than others (typically, login/register and post creation ones). Many tutorials on our webstie could guide you through this process, as well as the documentation.

    Happy App Coding,
    Lionel

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