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    Joseph West
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    I am not doing anything special, but the toggle tag is not working for evolve. I also have the alora theme and the same code works fine – however I am using Evolve. I am using Evolve plus 1.85

    Joe

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  • Roman
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    #17557 |

    may I see the page with the shortcode? both themes use different Theme4Press Core so be sure to have enabled the one for evolve

    Joseph West
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    #17563 |

    Thanks for the quick reply. I am using WPMU, so it is showing only 1 theme4press Core plugin.

    http://smarthomeowner.com.au/new/

    Joseph West
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    #17565 |

    I meant that I have multisite installed not WPMU, and another site is using Alora.

    Roman
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    #17578 |

    well, at this moment the themes core files doesn’t work together as they are coded different…for evolve theme will be working only its built Theme4Press Core version…

    Joseph West
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    #17589 |

    Roman, that makes me sad {:-(

    I like Alora for my more complicated site, but Evolve for the simplicity – the effort to replicate the Evolve pages in Alora was enough for me to choose Evolve. Having identically named plugins with different coding is unusual – surely the evolve plugin could be named something different and installed alongside.

    I purchased the two themes in the Alora+evolve plus pack thinking they were independent, so to find out that they aren’t compatible with each other is disappointing. It would seem then that I have no use for evolve as in the multi-site config I cannot rely on any evolve features. The only way anyone would benefit from Alora+evolve plus pack is for completely independent installs.

    Is there a features request/suggestions area where this might be ticketed? The only other solution would be me requesting a refund for the Evolve component of my purchase (I don’t want this as I like everything I’ve seen so far in both themes).

    Roman
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    #17658 |

    maybe you could try to rename the Theme4Press Core folder which comes with the evolve theme and enable it only on the site where is the evolve theme installed, so in your plugins folder you will have something like:

    then it might work for both themes

    Joseph West
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    #17722 |

    Thanks for the idea. I got it working using your concept.
    For reference for anyone else wanting both themes available in a multi-site install;
    1. Fully installed and activate the Evolve in the network-admin plugins section.
    2. Fully installed and activate the Alora in the network-admin plugins section (this replaces t4p-core plugin with a slightly different variant)
    3. Extract the Evolve theme on my local machine and rename folder \library\plugins\t4p-core\t4p-core to \library\plugins\t4p-core\t4p-core-Evolve
    4. Edit t4p-core.php /* Plugin Name: to Theme4Press Core Evolve …
    5. zip this plugin and uploaded to my wp-content/plugins folder then unzip to it’s own folder (should be t4p-core-Evolve) .
    6. Now deactivate the Theme4Press Core plugin in the network-admin plugins section.
    7. For each specific site under its own plugin section you activate the appropriate plugin based on the theme you want.

    Thanks for the great theme – I look forward to having this integrated so that future updates don’t become an issue for me.

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