I'm using WordPress 5.0.2 + Woffice 2.8.1. I'm using multiple wiki pages. After the last update I've re-created the wiki pages (by cloning the woffice/page-templates/wiki.php file), but they don't show up anymore as a template (only 'Wiki' appears). Is this a bug, or how can I fix this?
Did you change the name of the Template, within the PHP file?
Because if you simply duplicate the file, it will not work.
We've a doc article explaining it here: https://alkaweb.atlassian.net/wiki/spaces/WOF/pages/4194441/Multiple+wiki+pages
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Problem solved. I forgot to name the files '.php' (at the end of the file name).
Thanks for your help.
Awesome! No problem at all
Please don't hesitate if you need anymore detail.
I've one more question.
The masonry icons in the menu (left) don't work anymore and the button icons in the dasboard looks different (author, upper vs. guest, bottom), see attachement. Can I change this?
Thank you for your reply!
With kind regards,
Attached files: differences.PNG
Yup, with some CSS changes, we can send you these lines
We'd need some access to the website having the issue through a private reply.
Keep me posted
Yup, I'd need WordPress admin login please Have a nice weekend.
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