Template import

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Template import

Post by janez72 » Thu Oct 04, 2018 12:10 pm

Hallo,

I've purchased a template from Envato.
In fact a complete ready-made site.
I've receied all html, php, js, css files. And all pictures.

What would be the best (easiest) way to implement it to WYSIWYG?
Importing html is unfortunately no good.

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Re: Template import

Post by Pablo » Thu Oct 04, 2018 12:37 pm

Note that WYSIWYG Web Builder is not a HTML/code editor. You cannot directly edit cannot edit PHP/JS/CSS files. HTML import will only import the layout, not the code.
But you can re-create the layout and then use the HTML tools to add the PHP/JS to the page.

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