Pages only show html-code, both in visual and text editor of Wordpress

mail278
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mail278 posted this 10 June 2017

Hello,

I have been making a template in Themler and exported this as a zip-file with content checked and Themler unchecked.
After that I have Imported the theme into Wordpress and via the Themler plugin imported the content from the theme.
So far so good.
However, when I open a page in Wordpress, both in the visual and in the text editor, I only see HTML coding.
I was expecting to see something else in the visual editor, because this is non usable for an end user without any knowledge of html.
I have been reading lots of topics, but cannot find the answer to this specific question. I am using the updated version as of today Juni 10th 2017.

Thanks to anyone who can help me to figure this out.

Hello, I have been making a template in Themler and exported this as a zip-file with content checked and Themler unchecked. After that I have Imported the theme into Wordpress and via the Themler plugin imported the content from the theme. So far so good. However, when I open a page in Wordpress, both in the visual and in the text editor, I only see HTML coding. I was expecting to see something else in the visual editor, because this is non usable for an end user without any knowledge of html. I have been reading lots of topics, but cannot find the answer to this specific question. I am using the updated version as of today Juni 10th 2017. Thanks to anyone who can help me to figure this out.
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mail278
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mail278 posted this 10 June 2017

Sorry, I mean they both show all the shortcode.

Sorry, I mean they both show all the shortcode.
DouzanStudio
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DouzanStudio posted this 10 June 2017

Did you install the essential plugin (Themler-Core) in your wordpress?
There is a message should pop up in your backend telling you to install it, Press (Begin installing plugin).

Could you share the link of your website, is it on live server? so the support team could figure out the issue.

Did you install the essential plugin **(Themler-Core)** in your wordpress? There is a message should pop up in your backend telling you to install it, Press (Begin installing plugin). Could you share the link of your website, is it on live server? so the support team could figure out the issue.
mail278
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mail278 posted this 10 June 2017

Thanks for the quick response Douzan.
Yes, the Themler-core plugin was installed and active.
Attached a view of the visual editor in Wordpress.

But maybe this is what all the other issues regarding no proper editor for the end-users is about?

Thanks for the quick response Douzan. Yes, the Themler-core plugin was installed and active. Attached a view of the visual editor in Wordpress. But maybe this is what all the other issues regarding no proper editor for the end-users is about?
mail278
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mail278 posted this 10 June 2017

Hmmmmm, I am so frustrated with this I even attached the wrong file with actual the text-editor of Wordpress.....
So here is a new file with an actual visual-editor. :-)

Hmmmmm, I am so frustrated with this I even attached the wrong file with actual the text-editor of Wordpress..... So here is a new file with an actual visual-editor. :-)
DouzanStudio
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DouzanStudio posted this 10 June 2017

Oh sorry my bad, I got your question in wrong direction.
Yes, this is what the back-end users will see in their editor, If the website's user/owner want to edit a content was made by themler within (CMS Content), They must have a themler license, And the theme must be exported with the box "Include Themler" checked and the personal license will be enough for them to edit the theme and save changes.

**Oh sorry my bad**, I got your question in wrong direction. Yes, this is what the back-end users will see in their editor, If the website's user/owner want to edit a content was made by themler within (CMS Content), They must have a themler license, And the theme must be exported with the box "Include Themler" checked and the personal license will be enough for them to edit the theme and save changes.
Support Team
Support Team posted this 13 June 2017

Hi,

Yes, the content created or edited inside Themler editor will be present as the shortcodes and to edit them you will need to edit shortcodes or use Themler editor for visual editing.
To edit the content in visual editor within the site back end, you should not create that content inside Themler, as once edited inside Themler, content is converted into the shortcodes.

Sincerely,
Hella

Hi, Yes, the content created or edited inside Themler editor will be present as the shortcodes and to edit them you will need to edit shortcodes or use Themler editor for visual editing. To edit the content in visual editor within the site back end, you should not create that content inside Themler, as once edited inside Themler, content is converted into the shortcodes. Sincerely, Hella
mail278
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mail278 posted this 13 June 2017

Thanks for the replies.

I was hoping this would be THE perfect solution for builing websites for my clients with their own special made template.
And where they can edit their own content in the regular Wordpress editor.
But this is kind of a huge deal breaker!

Great for use of my own website, because it is easy and it has lots of premade and great examples.
But useless for the purpose for which I have bought it for.
Such a shame...

But maybe I can do something with the page templates or use Artisteer? I have not investigated or read about that yet.
Or make the pages in Themler and then with some copy/paste actions get them into the clients 'live website'.
Or rebuild the whole thing in Wordpress with a different template from anohter supplier.
Anyway, I hope this issue will be fixed soon, because otherwise I have bought a cat in the bag. (Dutch saying ;-) )

Thanks for the replies. I was hoping this would be THE perfect solution for builing websites for my clients with their own special made template. And where they can edit their own content in the regular Wordpress editor. But this is kind of a huge deal breaker! Great for use of my own website, because it is easy and it has lots of premade and great examples. But useless for the purpose for which I have bought it for. Such a shame... But maybe I can do something with the page templates or use Artisteer? I have not investigated or read about that yet. Or make the pages in Themler and then with some copy/paste actions get them into the clients 'live website'. Or rebuild the whole thing in Wordpress with a different template from anohter supplier. Anyway, I hope this issue will be fixed soon, because otherwise I have bought a cat in the bag. (Dutch saying ;-) )

Last edited 13 June 2017 by mail278

Support Team
Support Team posted this 14 June 2017

Hi,

The structure of the content created by Themler is complicated a bit and the WP visual editor cannot render it for editing so we are forced to display the content as the shortcodes. I suggest you to create all the content inside WP and then it will be editable in the visual editor.
Please follow the news for the future releases.

Sincerely,
Hella

Hi, The structure of the content created by Themler is complicated a bit and the WP visual editor cannot render it for editing so we are forced to display the content as the shortcodes. I suggest you to create all the content inside WP and then it will be editable in the visual editor. Please follow the news for the future releases. Sincerely, Hella
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