I love the plugin so far, makes my development work a lot easier. I want to change the dashboard view (called by [wpuf_dashboard], and I found that that the layout is stored in /templates/dashboard.php.
I have changed this file and it works perfectly, however is there any way I can make an override version of the file, so that when WPUF updates, it won't get overwritten and I don't have to manually upload dashboard.php again?
Hi, I tried creating a folder in my active theme and it did not use the modified template files. My plugin folder for WP User Frontend Pro is “wp-user-frontend-pro” and I created the following folder structure inside my theme directory: “/wp-user-frontend-pro/templates/dashboard.php”. With this it does not appear to use the custom template file. Any suggestions on why would be appreciated. Thanks in advance.
Thanks for that I was going round in cicles – contrary to other answers Aaron is correct – you need to create a Folder named ‘wpuf’ in your theme folder (use LOWERCASE folder name wpuf) and then put ‘dashboard.php’ or any other template file in there. Do not create ‘template’ folder.
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