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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.


    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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