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I have a question about wordpress, I need the current theme installed on my wordpress not to be loaded on a certain page, is it possible?

What I want to do is create a bootstrap dashboard, and I don't want to load the default theme. The idea is to develop a dashboard via plugin and generate all the html, header, content, footer.

I thought about using "WP_USE_THEME" and using external files, but I need to use wordpress functions like: add_action, add_shortcode and etc.

I accept suggestions too !!! Thank you.

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Why not create a template file that gets loaded by the dashboard page? It is possible to create a template just like a theme template that actually lives in the plugin itself. That way, you can still call wp_head() and wp_footer() and have full access to WP functionality, but not actually pull in whatever theme the site is using.

Here's an answer that shows how to do it: How to add custom template in plugin?

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  • I didn't know this filter, it's really what I want, thanks @WebElaine May 8, 2020 at 2:24

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