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  • #185976
    Mark

    Would someone care to share a site and how to set it up with GP ?
    Just so many options I am unable to set things correctly and integrate it with other WP plug-ins.
    It is mostly due to not having a ton of experience with WP from start to finished product.

    LIFE IS A SERIES OF GAMBLES

    #186046
    Tom
    Lead Developer
    Lead Developer

    You can see lots of examples in this topic: https://generatepress.com/forums/topic/want-your-site-showcased/

    As for setting it up, I think it just comes with experimentation. It helps having an example to work off as well which you can then twist into your own creation.

    #186097
    Jamal

    Just like Tom has advised you its best to see what others are doing with GP and try to reproduce their work (even if its just to learn all the possibilities without copying their work in your final product),that’s how i started out myself. You can also ask how others customize their sites

    One other thing that will be of immense help is to go through this excellent support forum and try to see what support questions people have been asking and try them out,you will be surprised how much helpful that can be.

    Agressively support the kind of work you want to see. Buy it. Talk about it. Review it.

    #317159
    novicetech1

    I’m kind a late to this but just in case anyone else has this same questions, the best place I’ve found for tutorials on Generatepress and GP Premium is WPCrafter.com. The video tutorials are usefu, easy to follow, and still comprehensive. If you just want to skip ahead to WPCrafter tut that give you a complete walk through on how to setup your back end, here’s a link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JuO_WrstTUI&t=665s. Hope this helps.

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