Banner problem : No feature posts matched this pages criteria
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Posted 05 November 2010 - 09:31 PM
Having the sidebar on the posts page could be tied to your template you have chosen in your Platform Pro settings.
In the wp-control panel, in the left column, under Platform Pro ==>Settings,
Choose Layout Editor and then see what you have set as yor Default Layout Mode If that is set as having a sidebar then your blog page (aka posts page) will always have this layout.
So if you want to have your blog page not have a sidebar then you will want to set the default layout to full width and then enable sidebars on your pages and post pages.
Posted 05 November 2010 - 11:13 PM
Posted 06 November 2010 - 12:09 AM
The only way to make it desapear is to set "Fullwitdth" onto
platform pro settings > Blog & Posts > Posts Page-Content Layout
I still have difficulties to show what I want, sidebar comes in double, and differents kind of setting are not working on it.
Posted 06 November 2010 - 02:32 PM
Posted 08 November 2010 - 10:37 AM
Sorry to be unclear.
From my website http://copagim.fr/blog
There's only single pages, except for "blog des administrateurs de bien" which is the posts page.
What I need to do is simply manage the template in posts page and also all blog pages like I do on other pages.
I'd like the same header, and like to choose wich sidebar (primary, secondary, tertiary) i put on the posts page and other blog page.
The problem is the blog doesn't react in the same way as post page. I can't display my pagelines Feature (slider banner like other pages) : it always tells "No feature posts matched this pages criteria".
For sidebars, If I leave the same options like in single pages, I got doubled content sidebar on post page, even if i check "hide" on every sidebar (primary, secondary...) while editing the post page threw admin. I can't decide which sidebar I want to display in posts page, search page, archive page.
So it's a pity, but I had to put off feature and sidebars from the blog, as I can't manage like I would like.
I hope my explanation is better now, sorry for my bad english.
Thanks for support
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