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Best Answer beardedavenger , 19 May 2013 - 02:58 PM

Is it possible to use the ozone theme for some of the pages on the website and can a theme like this be used for some pages and not others, or does it take over the look of the entire website? Maybe I am a little confused of the concept of "child-theme".

 

Ozone is basically a custom section that's built as a one page site. Does it take over the entire site? The styles do, yes, but the home page is limited to just the home page.

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#1 kris

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Posted 18 May 2013 - 04:37 PM

I am wondering if I someone in the Pagelines user community can give me some suggestions on the following:

 

There is a need for a few pages that we want to have very simple design, basically a page that has fills up the screen and removes the header and footer area. Fills up the browser screen and ideally is resized based on the viewers screen size/browser size so no scrolling is required. 

 

This will be used for probably the front page with links to underlying three or four subpages. There are also a few other pages we see this being used for.  Are there any good plugins or tools anyone can recommend for this? 

 

I also want to add few tutorials to the site, basically when a user launches these tutorials they will be presented with a full screen page again (no scrolling down) that has maybe 5-6 pages that the user flips through side to side as they view the content. Any suggestions for this?  

 

I've been looking at the pagelines store and I have found a few possible options, but before making the purchase to try them out I wanted to hear from other users if these would do the trick and be good options or if there are others I am not aware of. 

 

http://www.pagelines...ins/launchpage/

http://www.pagelines...s/promo-slider/

http://pagelines.bxb...ugins/pageless/

 

One more question I have is about themese. The Ozone theme looks very nice. Is it possible to use the ozone theme for some of the pages on the website and can a theme like this be used for some pages and not others, or does it take over the look of the entire website? Maybe I am a little confused of the concept of "child-theme".

http://www.pagelines...e/themes/ozone/



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Posted 18 May 2013 - 05:16 PM

Hi,

 

I've moved this topic to the developer of Ozone, so that he may reply directly about his product.

 

To answer your other queries, there is an option in each page's PageLines Meta Settings to hide the header, footer, sidebars, and morefoot.

 

You can place, on these pages, any plugin you'd like that will deliver the content. As for linking that from one page to the next, that's a matter of site design but I'd recommend building that into a Custom Template.  In terms of content delivery to the page, you can either use a plugin (for content in posts) or add the content directly to the page.

 

There are 'flipbook' premium plugins (I don't recommend the free ones).

 

These will give you a full-width and full-screen, and should be responsive.



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Posted 19 May 2013 - 02:58 PM   Best Answer

Is it possible to use the ozone theme for some of the pages on the website and can a theme like this be used for some pages and not others, or does it take over the look of the entire website? Maybe I am a little confused of the concept of "child-theme".

 

Ozone is basically a custom section that's built as a one page site. Does it take over the entire site? The styles do, yes, but the home page is limited to just the home page.