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How to Use Multiple WordPress Themes on One WordPress Website or Blog

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21 thoughts on “How to Use Multiple WordPress Themes on One WordPress Website or Blog

  1. Ellen Finkelstein

    On the support page for this plug-in,people are complaining that it no
    longer works with WP 3.5 or 3.5.1.

  2. Tarek Alaaddin

    Fair Point… I just tried it, after upgrading to 3.6.1 and it worked fine
    for me…Wish I can send you the links, but I cannot on youtube.

  3. wd7080

    Thanks for the prompt response! I highly appreciate this. I want to make a
    domain and sub domains with similar sign in for all users with different
    themes, what plugin to use for this purpose?

  4. Dennis Caffey

    Thank you Tarek, I’m working on a tricky project with a very abstract
    design (and really testing my WP skills)…this plugin will help me to
    manage the different looks…thanks for your insights here… ;-)

  5. Hassan Abdelrahim

    well done

  6. Tarek Alaaddin

    Awesome…Let me know, how it goes… All The Best! :-)

  7. Tarek Alaaddin

    I really doubt…that this works with themes and child themes…My
    experience that it just works with just regular themes.. Also keep in mind,
    this is not just a permanent long term solution.. this is just a hack, to
    keep things going, for some exceptional situation. Since you are altering
    the regular wordpress bahavior. Just keep that in mind… And thanks for
    posting your comment, and let me know, if I can assist you further.

  8. darice ratliff

    Hi Tarek, I’ve done everything you said and it shows on All Pages page that
    I changed the theme however it won’t change on the actual page, they all
    still show up with whatever my default page theme looks like. Do I need to
    download wordpress to sub-directories??? Thanks :)

  9. Alicia Guidry

    thanks a lot for this. never knew there was a plugin that would allow me to
    use two themes! very cool indeed.

  10. Tarek Alaaddin

    I agree….this is a hack, to accomplish certain objectives, I don’t
    recommend you using it unless, you have to..

  11. Tarek Alaaddin

    Can you please email me all the info like your website URL, and what themes
    you are using, please use the contact form on the blog. What do you mean by
    the actual page?

  12. Tarek Alaaddin

    Hello Ellen…Thank you so much, for bringing this to my attention. I will
    try to find another video that shows a better updated plugin, that can
    accomplish this :-) . I will keep this video up, just in case if someone
    who is still using an older version of WP can still utilize it. Also..I am
    going to try it myself, on WP 3.51 test site, and see how it works..

  13. Tarek Alaaddin

    If I understand your question correctly…everything will be managed from 1
    WordPress Dashboard, and YES all 1 sign in, with the 1 account..This plugin
    and this implementation, has nothing to do with multiple accounts, and
    different logins. Hope this answer your question.

  14. jbvandyke

    Tarek, do you know if it causes any slowing of the site’s speed?

  15. Mike Thomas

    Nice video, I’ve been looking for a solution to this. So how come people
    say you need to create a sub directory in order to this?

  16. Wendy Cooley

    Great video Thanks!

  17. Yogi Singh

    Can I use different widget for 2 themes?

  18. Robert Provenzano

    I have been looking all over for a way to merge themes like this. Thanks a

  19. Jordan K.

    Is it possible to have different menus also? for example, pages using theme
    “A” will have menu “A” and pages using theme “B” will have menu “B”???

  20. Tino Detres

    Thank you great video.

  21. Nick Ellison

    Interesting #wordpress plugin. Use different themes for different
    pages/posts. Never knew this was possible… Every day’s a school day! 

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