April 3, 2018 at 2:19 pm #10507VenutiusGuest
I’m looking for some advice. I’m looking for a way that a plugin I’m developing can detect which themes are being switched.
The BuddyPress plugin has a system of overloading where you can place it’s files in the theme directory and that will allow you to edit them specifically for your theme.
With mobile themes the same process also works, however the plugin that I’m building which seeks to automate this process needs to work out which themes are being served to mobile clients, is there a way of detecting this?
ThanksApril 5, 2018 at 1:04 pm #10519DineshKeymaster
I am so sorry but i as of now we don’t have that feature. It can be detected but with the way our plugin has been developed there is lot of work for theme tracking.
ThanksApril 10, 2018 at 8:52 pm #10531VenutiusGuest
Thanks for getting back to me, I’ll look for other ways.May 12, 2018 at 12:55 am #10657Fred RovenGuest
Any idea why a switch happened without a request? All of a sudden our blog reverted to an old theme. is there a way to just delete an old theme? I noticed the BLOG was working on Samsung which showed “evolve” as theme. I changed iPhone to that and looks OK now. Any idea what the “evolve” setting means?
After changing to “evolve” I find a section I would like to remove. See attached. Any idea what the block with name, email address, and social media icons is called? Sorry for multiple questions and thank you.
FredMay 12, 2018 at 1:03 am #10658Fred RovenGuestMay 15, 2018 at 5:30 pm #10666DineshKeymaster
Do you have any sort of cache plugin or system cache enabled ?
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