What Themes Does the Plug-in Support?
The Lodgix plug-in will work with almost any well coded WordPress theme. Some themes work better than others, but for the most part almost any relatively popular theme or framework will work. At times there will be CSS tweaks that need to be made within the theme or within lodgix-custom.css to correct minor display conflicts. If additional work is required, please submit a support ticket, along with your admin wordpress credentials, and we'll take a look to determine if the issue is easily correctable.
The plug-in has been tested and will work on frameworks such as Thesis 1/2 and Genesis.
Custom Page Templates
Some WordPress themes that use custom page templates may not be entirely compatible with the Lodgix plugin, which may cause sidebars to disappear or your site styling to suddenly go wonky Have no fear, there are ways to correct this and most times it involves your themes use of "Custom Page Templates"
What is a custom page template? Read more about WordPress Custom Page Templates
Selecting a Custom Page Template
When logged into WordPress, go to Settings > Lodgix Settings, then open the Page Design tab, there is a Page Template area where you can choose a predefined page template or selecting the "Custom" theme will allow you to enter the filename of your custom page template. You do not need to enter a path as the plugin assumes that the page template is located in the /wp-content/ folder.