As an avid user of Pinegrow Pro since its very early days, I’m ashamed to admit I’m falling at the first hurdle with Pinegrow Them Converter.
So, watching Pinegrow video, you export the theme from your code writing software. I’m usually atom but I’m testing VS Code and I’m ashamed to report I like a Microsoft product but it’s true…Then you open that folder as a project in Pinegrow theme converter. Simples, right? Nope. I’m just making a publicly visible one page site as, the site isn’t for public consumption. So theres the index.html, style.css and a media folder. But from the first step pinegrow is telling me there isn’t an index file, when there is.
So I duplicate index.html and add a php extension, still no joy.
I keep getting an error:
The theme doesn’t have the index page . Each WordPress theme needs the index.php template.
The theme doesn’t have a Master page . Master page defines the basic layout of your theme and is used to export header.php and footer.php. Index.html is usually the theme’s master page. Select the master page in Theme Settings.
The following problems were encountered during the export:
- Page index.html could not be exported.TypeError: Cannot read property ‘find’ of null
Those parts of the theme that were not affected by these problems were exported.