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I'm trying to create a landing page for both iblog and whitehouse themes. I need the page to not include any of the navigation buttons, sidebar items, or footer links. A user will need to sign up with their name and email to access my website's home page. Thanks in advance to the great Pagelines staff and great wordpress themes!

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I am using the pro version, and have tried changing all the page templates and not found one that takes away the buttons and sidebars. Am i missing something?

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no, its a great idea though to add a "landing page" template. (I'm aware of some of those tricks :) There is a full-width page template in the pro, although it doesn't change the header. You could add a few conditionals to the header that would fix that, maybe based on a custom field. up to it? Andrew

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Hi Andrew I would like to do this myself, but am struggling with the flow of how to do this. Any chance you could add a simple step-by-step guide of what needs to be added / modified to execute this. It will be an invaluable addition. Many thanks in advance and congrats on an outstanding design (note I am also using the PRO version). David

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Hi David, We are working on relaunching our articles & blog... it will have video tutorials and this might fit the bill. Please send a tutorial request to adam@pagelines.com .. he is our new media resources manager.

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Unfortunately, I have no programming back ground and don't know the conditional coding to erase the header. Also, where in the header would be the best place to put the conditional code? Thanks

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you would place it around the call to the navigation... something like: ` <?php if(!is_page_template('page-landing.php')):?> <?php include (LIB.'/_nav.php'); ?> <?php endif;?> `

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Thanks for the compliment. are you on the free versions? There are options that would help in the pro ones. On free, You might need to add inline css to the page.

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