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  • #17722

    Hi,

    i installed Angular and populated the theme with dummy content.

    I am now trying to edit that content but when i log into WordPress and go to “Pages”, then select the “Welcome” page, the content in the WordPress “Visual Editor” is different than what is displayed if i visit that page.

    When i visit the Welcome page it says

    “Welcome! this is Angular, a ver clean & super flexible WordPress portfolio theme that makes it easy to showcase your work”

    But when I’m looking at that page in WordPress “Visual Editor” i see this content

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    Where is this copy

    [dropcap2]1[/dropcap2]The theme uses a flexible template system that enables you to create stunning pages out of the box with no coding knowledge at all

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    Unlimited Skins

    [dropcap3]2[/dropcap3]The theme comes with several predefined skin options but also utilizes a color and background image switcher, a font-switch for headings and several other layout options.

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    Content Importing

    [dropcap3]3[/dropcap3]You can now setup a wordpress installation that looks like this demo with just a single click of your mouse. Amazing to get started and accustomed to the theme.

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    Shortcodes

    [dropcap3]4[/dropcap3]To get your content displayed properly the theme uses wordpress shortcodes. Visual previews help you while creating those shortcodes so you don’t need to memorize the codes :)

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    #96602

    Hi RSgraphics,

    I believe its using the Frontpage dynamic template which you should be able to see on the right hand side of the visual editor in a meta box called Layout. That is where you choose which dynamic template a single page will use. To edit one, go to the Theme Options tab on the left hand side of the WordPress admin area and instead of selecting Theme Options select the Template Builder. Then select the template you want to edit and expand/edit/add elements to it.

    Regards,

    Devin

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