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    • CommentAuthorsugarrae
    • CommentTimeFeb 9th 2014 edited
     

    I've read the following help file in regards to getting OIO to work with your WordPress template.

    http://forum.oiopublisher.com/discussion/520/customising-the-ad-manager/#Item_4

    And it doesn't appear applicable to me as I'm using a Genesis child theme - which is setup differently than your standard WordPress theme. There is no file within my child theme that contains have_posts - does anyone know how to get it to work with a Genesis child theme? It "works" - the header, main nav, etc. is there - but the sidebar and body formatting are missing.

    Also, as an aside, I see no CSS files in my theme editor section - they're on the server, but don't show in the dash. So, that's frustrating as well.

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    • CommentAuthorKenner82
    • CommentTimeMay 24th 2016
     

    I'd love to see an answer to this as I'm having the same issue now, too!

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    • CommentAuthorSimon
    • CommentTimeJun 5th 2016 edited
     
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    The way OIO works isn't compatible with Genesis child themes when it comes to automatically using a WordPress theme on the purchase pages.

    There is a solution posted here by another user, but otherwise it does come down to using / customising OIO's default theme.

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