I'm having some issues getting 2 different templates to save their own unique and different sections, respectively. I have one template for the "Home Page" and another template for an "About Us" page. Both templates have the same fixed navbar, nothing in the "Header Global Scope Region", various sections and widgets in the "Template Local Scope Region", and share a footer menu in the "Footer Global Scope Region".
I have added a full-width section between the "Header Global Scope Region" and the "Template Local Scope Region" to the home page template in order to hold a Hero Unit. I needed to put this hero unit inside a full-width section so it could have a full-width background color. If I put this hero unit inside the "Template Local Scope Region", a full-width background color is not possible on the hero unit's row alone, as it will also give a full-width background color to the entire body of the "Template Local Scope Region" thereby affecting the other widgets and columns on the home page.
I do not want this hero unit or the full-width section it is contained within to appear on the "About Us" template. So back on the "Home Page" template, I only filled out the hero unit's local scope section options and left the global options blank. This however does not prevent the hero unit full-width section from displaying on the "About Us" template. It just displays the default hero unit's global settings.
How can I make the full-width section containing a hero unit only display on the "Home Page" template and not on the "About Us" template?
Are all custom full-width sections forced to be globally applied to all templates?
It seems to me that one template's (non-global) regions and sections shouldn't be concerned with another template's (non-global) regions and sections. Isn't that the point of having different templates so I can give sub pages a different layout from the home page?
Any help would be much appreciated.