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wpForo 1.x.x theme alternatives

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jimdoneit
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hi.

i tried to test your different themes as per your own instructions : "wpForo theme files contain the markup and template structure for frontend of your forum. Theme files can be found within the /wpforo/wpf-themes/ directory, in current active theme folder, for example /classic/. You can edit these files in an upgrade-safe way using overrides. For example, copy the certain or all files of /classic/ folder into a folder within your current active WordPress theme named /wpforo/, keeping the same file structure.

Example: To override the "Topic List" template file of the Extended (#1) forum layout, copy according file: plugins/wpforo/wpf-themes/classic/layouts/1/topic.php to themes/yourtheme/wpforo/layouts/1/topic.php"

this does not seem to work in my Cream Magazine theme :

https://cruis-citoyen.fr

do you have any idea what may be at stake ?

thanks in advance.

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Alvina
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Hi @jimdoneit,

Please one more time check you done everything described in this doc ad check again: https://wpforo.com/docs/root/forum-themes/theme-customization/

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jimdoneit
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hi, and thanks for this response.

i see no way to use this feature – maybe my theme is not using the wpforo folder.

but i had missed the theme selection: i was looking for it in Themes, not in Forum... understandable mistake.

i am now testing different themes.

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Alvina
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@jimdoneit,

i see no way to use this feature – maybe my theme is not using the wpforo folder.

Please note, none of the WordPress themes contains the wpforo folders by default, you should create it manually.

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