Hello dear Supporters!
I like to customize my wiki page so that it is structured the way i want in my frontend.
For example: I want a custom sidebar on the left side, showing the search widget and links to the archives of my 5 main categories and maybe other widgets.
With the help of some previous entries here I came that far right now:
To customize the structure of your frontend you have to produce your own templates:
1. Go to the plugin directory wiki/default-templates and copy the file incsub_wiki.php, which is wikis so called Custom Post Type Template.
2. Insert the file into your child-theme folder twice and rename it. Now you can edit your Archive-Page within the archive-incsub_wiki.php template and your Single-Page within the single-incsub_wiki.php template.
2.1 This article from 15. September 2015 says you should let those files be contained by the following folder structure: your-child-theme/wiki/default-templates/... . This does not work, either for me nor for Jake, who initially requested.
2.2 So i tried to put the templates directly into my main child-theme folder. This had the ugly effect that the new templates didn't integrate in the existing page structure, e.g. the post-container disappeared. Reason: The standard wiki header didn't show up (I guess its because not inside the above mentioned folder structure – got this info from here: https://premium.wpmudev.org/forums/topic/wiki-page-templates#post-342545).
Unfortunately the topic was not really resolved yet and left open questions: https://premium.wpmudev.org/forums/topic/wiki-page-templates#post-754514
It would be really great to get this topic explained by a blog article as supposed here: https://premium.wpmudev.org/forums/topic/wiki-page-templates#post-326872
It would be wonderful if the plugin would come with two sample custom templates, too.
Also, some explanation how the plugin template is integrating into the standard wordpress template structure would be awesome to have!
Thank you in advance!