The integration between Toolset and Cornerstone theme makes it easy to add custom content to Cornerstone and display it, on the front-end.
For this integration to work, you need to have the following Toolset plugins installed:
Of course, you also need to have Cornerstone theme.
Depending on your site, you may also need CRED and Access.
When you ask for help, please explain what you are trying to achieve, show us what you are doing and explain what you expect to see.
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| The integration of Layouts with the X theme has failed: Theme X is not active.|
The problem here was that the user wanted to install the Conerstone Layouts integration.
However the user had a plugin with the name Cornerstone installed, which is completely different from the Cornerstone Theme.
The solution is to check that the theme you have installed. Our Layouts integrations are for only themes and not plugins.
So if you are experiencing this issue then it is most likely you have a plugin installed under a similar name to one of our layouts integrations and not the theme that the integration was made for.
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