Are you tired to create pages through different environments?
- Add Virtual WordPress ‘page’ from php template file automatically
Not needed to add ‘page’ from admin panel
The page-xxx.php would be located at ‘themes/your-theme/page-foobar.php’ then the page will be created as ‘http://www.example.com/foobar/’ without admin panel.
- Download the Add Page From Templete plugin.
- Decompress the ZIP file and upload the contents of the archive intot /tp-content/plugins/.
- Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress.
- Activate Custom permalink setting. (Make sure .htaccess file is generated)
- How to add the virtual page?
Put your template file into your ‘themes/yourtheme/pages/’.
Make the template page name ‘page-xxx.php’.
- I put file but I cannot see the page. Why?
Check the template file located at correctly directory.
The default directory is ‘wp-content/themes/yourtheme/pages/’.
Check whether the same slug page * NOT EXISTS *.
You can check the conflict at the plugin setting page.
Check custom permalink setting is activated.
Please send the problem to the author.
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Contributors & Developers
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- Fixed: Remove critical bug.
- Fixed: Set Title when called at wp_title().
- Fixed: Set title correctly.
- Upgraded: Show title from template file.
- Fixed: Removed a warning.
- Fixed: For old WP_version <= 4.3.
- Fixed: APFT Overrides global $post. Now we can use function/tags which refers to global $post such as get_post_type().
- Fixed: Removed debug code.
- Fixed: Added pagename when apft virtual page loaded.
- Fixed: version number.
- Fixed: Reload pages when the plugin is activated.
- Fixed: Remove Warning.
- Upgraded: Added template list table at the setting page.
- Plugin is born.