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Is there a way to get the actual listings to follow my current sites theme?
For example, when clicking on a listing, it isn't centered and the theme footer is missing.
When I show the listings it still follows my page theme. Listings are centered, and page footer is there.
Thanks for any help on this.
I see the footer on both the pages you shared above. As for the listing not centered, I’d suggest you start by checking your WP Theme settings to see if you can change the Page Attributes from there. Following the BD 4.0+ upgrade, themes should recognize pages that we didn’t correctly display before — like categories, category archives, main page, etc. That means each type of page can independently be widgeted or customized by the theme, if the theme supports it. So you may need to adjust your listings page layout in your THEME (WP Theme) to fix this.
If that doesn’t help then you might want to do some customization work to get the desired output. You can add your own PHP templates to override the ones bundled with our plugin. This offers the most flexibility but requires some PHP and WP knowledge. The customization guide includes details about the locations and names for these templates, as well as the PHP variables and functions available to them.
For instance, single.tpl.php template controls the Business Directory listings page. However, it doesn’t control the output for the whole page, but just the part that belongs to a listing. The page.php template from WP is always used. Our templates just control the “content” of this template.
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