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I am trying to change the default setup for Agentpress such that the default home page - which contains MLS listings - get's displayed on a different page of the site.
My goal is to have a static home page with some specific information and actions, and then have the widgetized listing page on a different page of the site - ie. site.com/listings
What I have done is to take the home.php and add this to the top:
Template Name: Listings Page
Then I simply created a page, set the template to Listings Page, thus providing the widget MLS listings page on a page of my designation.
The problem I am having is that the page is not formatting correctly. It get's cut off on the right side by a few pixels, and most of the widgets don't display properly. I can add widgets to this page, and have attempted to set it up like the default Agentpress, but what is happening is that in each section only 1 element to the widget is displaying.
Here is the page to make it clear: http://kariscott.wpengine.com/test-listings
There should be multiple communities and featured listings, but only one of each is displayed - and you can see at the top that the right edge is cut off a little bit.
I'm hoping someone out there has done what I am trying to do.
Ah cool thanks! If you don't mind my ignorance, could you clarify what exactly the 'body class' is?
awesome i figured it out! ended up just adding a custom body class in the layout settings of the page to make it easier then changing .home in each spot as you said.
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