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Creating Custom Category Pages

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In this article we will demonstrate how to customize your Category Archive pages past the default KB settings.

When using Child Theme option to customize your article, choose one of two template options in the Global Wizard:

  1. Current Theme
  2. Knowledge Base Theme

To learn more about that click here.

Current Theme ( see Global Wizard )

  1. This is your themes folder in this example you should have both:
    • hello-elementor
    • hello-elementor-child-theme
  2. This is the hello-elementor-child theme
  3. This is the taxonomy-epkb_post_type_1_category.php  file, this is the file you will need to customize your Category archive page.

If you have a different theme you will need to copy the HTML / PHP of your themes archive file and paste it into this folder, you will also need to see which PHP / HTML you need to keep from the example file we provided.

Output example.

We have added text and highlighted it in yellow so you can see the custom HTML and custom CSS being applied to the template.

Knowledge Base Theme ( see Global Wizard )

  1. This is your themes folder in this example you should have both:
    • hello-elementor
    • hello-elementor-child-theme
  2. This is the hello-elementor-child theme
  3. This is the kb_templates folder
  4. This is the archive-categories.php file, this is the file you will need to customize your category page.

 

Output example.

We have added text and highlighted it in yellow so you can see the custom HTML and custom CSS being applied to the template.

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