- This topic has 4 replies, 4 voices, and was last updated 8 years, 1 month ago by .
- The forum ‘Design Tips and Tricks’ is closed to new topics and replies.
These forums are for general discussion on WordPress and Genesis. Official support for StudioPress themes is offered exclusively at My StudioPress. Responses in this forum are not guaranteed. Please note that this forum will require a new username, separate from the one used for My.StudioPress.
I'm delighted to see in certain HTML 5 Studiopress themes the incorporation of the "full browser width" template, as in Centric Pro.
Curious how I can go about getting a "full browser width" page / post template for use in other themes?
Love this effect. Thanks for the help.
Take the PHP and CSS code from Centric and use it on other themes.
You can try this with the front-page.php file from Centric and use it in the Genesis Sample theme.
Code for Paid Members & Clients Only.
<?php /* Template Name: Custom Template */ // Force full-width page layout setting add_filter( 'genesis_pre_get_option_site_layout', '__genesis_return_full_width_content' ); // Remove action(s) - remove/add from the genesis function whatever is needed to customize your page template genesis();
Use FTP to upload your full width page template to your childtheme
I am working on a centric pro version, and I try to reduce the width of my posts without any sidebar, just a colum of content that makes the reading more pleasant
I can locate my css file, but after no idea.
Can you help me?
samuel.doualle: You might want to resubmit your question as a new post.
© 2022 WPEngine, Inc.