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I just upgraded the genesis framework on my site and I can no longer set the homepage to full width with no sidebar. Any insights?http://toddlohenry.com
Take a look at the thread entitled ' 2.2.4 Update and the layout problem'. I think you're experiencing the same problem as I did. And you'll find the solution in that thread. Good luck.
I have this problem also, and I've seen the other thread, but am not sufficiently sure of coding to make the change suggested.
You would make the fix by having a code editor that displays line numbers, like BBEdit, Sublime Text. I'm not sure about non-Mac code editors. You would launch your FTP client, go to the Genesis theme (the parent theme) on your server and open up the lib directory, then the functions directory, then launch the layout.php file.
VERY carefully, locate line 343 and replace what was there:
$post_id = is_home() ? get_option( 'page_for_posts' ) : '';
If you’re having the layout issue with 2.2.4, change the following line in lib/functions/layout.php (line 343) to this:
$post_id = is_home() ? get_option( 'page_for_posts' ) : null;
I looked through the thread and did not find an adequate solution. StudioPress should make their updates backward compatible. Not being able to control the content/sidebar relationship is inexcusable.
How do I find my way into the lib/functions/layout.php? I need a map.
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