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Old Jan 3, 2013, 12:38 PM
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38 posts · Nov 2011
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Help [SOLVED] Need help differentiating virtual and physical templates

Is there a 'Montezuma For Dummies' type idiot guide somewhere I could read? I don't seem to be getting this concept of physical and virtual templates.

Have given up trying to create a child theme ... just got too confusing, so I'm 'cheating' with a couple of plugins that add custom css and functions over the basic theme's. However physical main and sub templates I'm creating don't seem to get used, but if I copy them to 'virtual' templates I'm using php which isn't in the 60+ 'allowed', so isn't getting recognised / acted on.

I'm determined to get it working because I love the theme, but I'm struggling on what should be a relatively simple site - which I'm using as a 'learning opportunity' - and though I could compromise, I know I won't be able to when I try to apply the theme to more complex ones.

Any help | guidance | suggestions gratefully accepted (except unplug the computer and take it back - you're too stupid to use one)
 

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