Read Post On A Different Template.

  • faris



    I don’t know if this topic have been discussed.

    I want to know if there any way to read the post in a different template,..

    is there any plugin that will do?

    you can view this as an example,..

    try to read one of his post and only two column template will appear,..

    could you please help me or direct me to where i can find the solution?

    thanks for your help,..


    Kenneth John Odle


    Moved to Support. Be sure to read the rules.

    Do you mean that you want it to look like the theme you are using now, since you’re not using Graphene? It may be possible using a child theme.




    i’m using graphene,..

    the link i gave was an example n i want my blog to go like that,..

    child theme?

    need any coding?


    Syahir Hakim


    In fact, yes, it needs quite a substantial amount of coding. Basically, what you need to do is create a custom template file, and then style that template file to look like what you wanted. Sorry, but this goes beyond the level of free support that I can provide as it involves quite a substantial code writing.



    i’ve read about the child theme and hoping for any plugin what will help me :p but i can’t found one.i’ll try with the child theme.Thanks a lot for answering.Is it true that we can convert wordpress to joomla?


    Syahir Hakim

    Is it true that we can convert wordpress to joomla?

    I’m sure there are tools (Joomla extension, maybe) that can convert all of WordPress posts/pages into the Joomla equivalent. But keep in mind that these are two totally separate platforms. How things work in the back end are totally different. For example, the templating system in Joomla is totally different than the one in WordPress.

    It’s a matter of personal taste, I suppose. I find WordPress to be far more user-friendly (both code-wise and UI-wise) and easier to customise and extend than Joomla.



    I’ve found the software for converting wordpress to joomla but it’s need you to do a lot of hard work. I’m now tying joomla for my new blog and i thought, from what i’ve read, joomla is more flexible. Joomla can solve my problem up there. Am I right?

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