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I am using Lifestyle theme and just found out how to set up the layout as in the demo.
Now my home page looks a bit too cluttered so I am wondering if there is a way to set up the home page (which is default blog page) to have only one sidebar. I know all pages have separate setting when we write them, but I don't have those for blog page since it isn't custom, just default blog.
Dashboard > Genesis > Theme Settings > Default Layout > select full width layout. Save settings.
But that removes sidebar from all pages, I want it removed from home page only.
That's the easiest way to do it, then set the sidebar for each of your other pages manually, otherwise, if you are comfortable with updating your functions.php file, you can force the full-width layout for the home page only.
When there are hundreds of pages on the blog, that would probably be easier than changing each one of them. Could you point me to the code for the home page force layout?
Can you please post a link to your site.
It is not online yet. Does it make a difference though, it is Lifestyle theme and no customizations are done in the functions.php file yet
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