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How to remove page content/sidebars on feature page in WhiteHouse Pro

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On my home page I only want to have the Menu, Logo, Feature Slider, the Three Feature boxes, and the footer stuff. I do not want to have the sidebar or the page content. This was easy to remove in platform but is not so easy in Whitehousepro. How do I do it?

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In the settings for WHPro, on the Pages and Posts settings, you should see some check boxes to include things like sidebars. Make sure that's unchecked and see if it helps. Let us know if it doesn't.

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I do not have that option here is what I have: WP Title Author Info Post Thumbnail Placement Post Excerpt Placement Full Post Content Placement Features on Blog Posts Footer Link Meta Bar Background Color Meta Bar Text Color Meta Bar Link Color Footer Social Links Text Footer Sharing Icons

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Is the home page your blog page? Which template are you using, can't you just use the Full-Width Page template to hide the sidebar?

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You can view the problem at idahobusinesscouncil.org, it is on the home page and you can still see the crap on the bottom that I want gone. It is where content would generally go. For example you can see the lines from where the title would be and the gray for the column on the side. Thanks

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Just to verify, you created a page called "Home" and then in Wordpress -> Settings -> Reading, you selected the radio button next to static page and selected "Home" under "Front Page" correct? In addition, there is some hidden text underneath the lines you mentioned above. The text says "test" but you can't see it presumably because the text is white. Do you know what that is?

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I am having the same problem. I want to remove the content and sidebars from my feature page template, but i dont find the option in the admin panel...

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Hello diretornak, I used the following CSS on my site: .page-id-2 #maincontent {width:100%;} .page-id-2 #maincontent {height:1px;} .page-id-2 #sidebar {display:none;} Change the page id to whatever you page id is. Remember, you must have a static front page. Hope this helps you. Otherwise please disregard all after "hello." Bill

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Hello, I'm trying to do the exact same thing on my homepage and have entered in that code but nothing has changed. http://nationalrecoveries.piccadillydesigns.com.au I've come from using Platform Pro which is so easy to work so am getting a bit frustrated with this theme ugh. All I want to display on the homepage is the feature, the navigation + social media icons and the bottom widget with the address line. I don't want any content, I don't want the sidebar widget with the RSS feed. Thanks for your help, Sophie.

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@sophiemoon It looks like you got this working. I visited your blog and don't see any content or sidebars.

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I was able to fix this issue using a plugin called Custom Sidebar.

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Sophie, I am having the same problems you were having with your site. How were you able to fix your problem? Your site looks really great!

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I posted another thread about this before seeing this one. I have the same need as Sophie.

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I fixed this on my site; you can read about it here: http://www.pagelines.com/forum/discussion/14342/customizing-homepage#Item_3

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@Kelly - sorry for the delayed reply! My memory is a little hazy on how I did this. I remember I tried out a couple of things and then all of a sudden it was fixed. Webmaster magic lol. Anyway, so I looked through the settings and I have my home page set up but it doesn't have any content and I have selected the "full page content" template so the page is the whole width and no side bar. Under settings > reading I have set the 'home' page to be the static landing page. Then I looked under my custom code and I have the following written. (this is "theme options > custom code") .page-id-136 #maincontent {width:100%;} .page-id-136 #maincontent {height:1px;} .page-id-136 #sidebar {display:none;} .post-footer .left { display:none; } --------------------------------------------------- Particularly, highlighting the 2nd rule - #maincontent {height: 1px;} this brings the size of the main content area on the front page to only 1px high which is what hides the extra 'space'. Let me know if that helps you! The client was pleased with the website so I'm happy to hear you liked it as well! :)

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