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Tagged: "studio pro" masonry layout
The Studio Pro theme has a cool masonry layout but I need a traditional blog layout for this project. Does anyone know how I change it?
I can think of two ways, but neither of them are super simple.
1. You could create a new page template that act as the "Blog" page, then setup your own styling.
2. You could tell the theme not to load the masonry.min.js file on the Blog page(s) via the theme files (you'd have to look for the function that was enqueueing that .js file and either remove it, or setup conditional logic to not load it on specific pages). After you did that, you would undoubtedly have to make some pretty heavy modifications to the style.css to have the posts display nicely.
I should say, I have ZERO experience with the Studio Pro theme. For all I know, they have a button somewhere in Theme Settings that you can uncheck. I assume you've looked through the documentation provided by the developer? http://docs.seothemes.com/category/16-studio-pro
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