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Re: plugin-template.php using member theme?

Unfortunately, that doesn’t actually make a big difference in my case; the main problem I have is that the header and footer files between the two themes are vastly different. The two main problems are that 1) one of my themes is fixed width at a size smaller than the minimum size for the BuddyPress themes (which breaks the layout) and 2) they don’t have the header with “Home”, “Blog”, etc. which I don’t want on my main site, but *do* want on the members directory and blogs directory.

I was thinking about it, though; the member-theme actually has plugin-template.php although it doesn’t appear to be used. Is there some particular reason why if a blog theme doesn’t have that file it puts up an error message instead of redirecting to the member-theme file?

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