Question about personalization of any page

luca.anchini
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luca.anchini posted this 20 May 2019

Hi,
I've insert some buttons and other themler gadget into a page who use the "Post" template.
I wish to see those only in that page, and not in the other who use the same "Post" template. How can I force to change the template of other articles of my website even if they have the same "post" characteristics?

I've tried to "duplicate" the "Post" template, but if I change the original, also the duplicated template was changed...

Pls help me, I'm going crazy.

Hi, I've insert some buttons and other themler gadget into a page who use the "Post" template. I wish to see those only in that page, and not in the other who use the same "Post" template. How can I force to change the template of other articles of my website even if they have the same "post" characteristics? I've tried to "duplicate" the "Post" template, but if I change the original, also the duplicated template was changed... Pls help me, I'm going crazy.
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Support Team
Support Team posted this 21 May 2019

Hello Luca,
Do you use Joomla or Wordpress?

Gina
Themler Support

Hello Luca, Do you use Joomla or Wordpress? Gina Themler Support
luca.anchini
32 Posts
luca.anchini posted this 22 May 2019

Joomla!

I'd like to use the gadgets of themler, like buttons, social icons and so on, but I want some of them in some pages and not in other, even if all content is recognized like post.

Joomla! I'd like to use the gadgets of themler, like buttons, social icons and so on, but I want some of them in some pages and not in other, even if all content is recognized like post.
Support Team
Support Team posted this 22 May 2019

I understand, that's why I was asking if you are using Wordpress, Joomla, or any other template type.
In general Posts control is shared between all template within a theme, so the style would be same. There is a section different for each template: Post, Page, Blog and Home - it is inside the blue area in the Outline:

template-specific.png

The content added there would appear only on corresponding template type.

Then if you use Woprdpress or Joomla, for example, you can open each page separately in Themler and edit it within the green area:

green-area.png

Gina
Themler Support

I understand, that's why I was asking if you are using Wordpress, Joomla, or any other template type. In general Posts control is shared between all template within a theme, so the style would be same. There is a section different for each template: Post, Page, Blog and Home - it is inside the blue area in the Outline: !template-specific.png! The content added there would appear only on corresponding template type. Then if you use Woprdpress or Joomla, for example, you can open each page separately in Themler and edit it within the green area: !green-area.png! Gina Themler Support
luca.anchini
32 Posts
luca.anchini posted this 23 May 2019

Hi Gina, since you can enter into the site (the temporary access is on the other private post) pls check also this...

My "article" is into green area, but all the buttons and themler gadget are in another area and cannot move into the green area. Moreover, all other pages, where I don't need the buttons I've told before, have the same settings and if I change something there, also the first page change...

Hi Gina, since you can enter into the site (the temporary access is on the other private post) pls check also this... My "article" is into green area, but all the buttons and themler gadget are in another area and cannot move into the green area. Moreover, all other pages, where I don't need the buttons I've told before, have the same settings and if I change something there, also the first page change...
luca.anchini
32 Posts
luca.anchini posted this 23 May 2019

About this page of your tutorial:

http://answers.themler.io/articles/10804/how-to-create-and-use-custom-templates

I've created a duplicated "post" template page, then I've tried to cancel the "separator" control from the new "post" template page but it disappear also from the original "post"...

Why? If I create a custom template page, and I customize it, the original type from where I've created my custom, should remain the same, or not?

About this page of your tutorial: http://answers.themler.io/articles/10804/how-to-create-and-use-custom-templates I've created a duplicated "post" template page, then I've tried to cancel the "separator" control from the new "post" template page but it disappear also from the original "post"... Why? If I create a custom template page, and I customize it, the original type from where I've created my custom, should remain the same, or not?
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