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2 years 10 months ago #45396 by pete
I have Jomres installed in Wordpress, installed using quickstart. I am getting om ok with configuring the Jomres side of things. Having a bit of difficulty with the template side of things.

e.g. the default Homepage is called Slideshow and has the following Shortcode:
[camera slideshow='accommodation-slideshow']
I can find where to configure the slider, but not the sections that appear underneath the Slideshow, e.g. top destinations, most popular sections, featured listings, random listings
I'm just trying to understand where the code is that calls these items.

Also, if I create a brand new page in wordpress and for instance add the slider shortcode
[camera slideshow='accommodation-slideshow']
This works, but the template is different, e.g. “Recent Comments” on the right hand side.

Can someone give me a quick guide to where I should be looking at or point me to a manual that might help?

Thanks

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2 years 10 months ago - 2 years 10 months ago #45397 by donnacha
Replied by donnacha on topic help page layout / theme
Hi Pete,

All the elements on that page, apart from the particular slideshow defined in the shortcode, come from the page template used for that specific page. The page template is called "Homepage".

You can apply any page template to any page, you'll find the drop-down selector in the Page Attributes box on the right-hand side of the Edit Page for that page. Go ahead and experiment by creating a completely new page, apply the Homepage page template and preview the page, you'll see everything except for the slider.

So, the slider is the only thing you can edit directly via the Edit Page, by removing or changing that shortcode to display a different slider.

From memory, the only way to edit the other modules on the homepage is to edit a file you'll find in the Leohtian theme's includes folder.
Last edit: 2 years 10 months ago by donnacha.
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2 years 10 months ago #45399 by pete
Replied by pete on topic help page layout / theme
Perfect, thanks donnaha. I hadn't noticed the tempaltes part on a wordpress page. I've had a play around and I'm able to change the template of a page now :)

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