- This topic has 1 reply, 2 voices, and was last updated 5 years, 4 months ago by .
- The forum ‘General Discussion’ 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 set up a site I'm using for sign-up for a new book.
I created a test landing page and want this to be the home page
When I click static page in the custom settings, it will not
display the page as the landing page.
I don't want post etc. on the page as the home page.
How does one remove the title from the page? Not seeing that option.
As Sean Connery says in one of my favorite movies, Finding Forrester, "That's not a soup question." There's a little WordPress templates and a little standard template hierarchy here... It's not something (that I'm aware of) that's an easy Customizer selection.
The landing page uses the "Landing" template file - which removes header/footer/nav/etc.
Minimum Pro theme also has a front-page.php template file that's used for the static front page.
It can be a little confusing with front pages, blog pages and home pages.
You could use your ftp access to rename the front-page.php file BUT that means that you're new landing home page won't have any header/footer/nav... it'll be a landing page, using that "Landing" template.
You'll have a pretty landing page but not be able to navigate off that page. That many be what you're looking for.
If full page content is your goal, edit the page you're using for the static home page in WP Admin and change the "Layout Setting" to the full screen.
Otherwise, you can edit the front-page.php file (download via ftp, edit in a text editor, upload the file via ftp) to make any changes you want.
© 2023 WPEngine, Inc.