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Local Page Layout Overrides Other Pages
I'm having some trouble understanding how to use the Page Layouts; I want to create a single landing page which does not include navigation or any content from other pages. However, whenever I use the Landing Page template (which is not attached to any other page in the site), and I set the Page Setup to Local, all of the changes I make to the navigation, header, footer, etc., continue to propagate throughout the entire rest of the site. What am I doing wrong? I've already now wasted hours having to rebuild areas for the rest of the site, so I'm a little hesitant to make any more changes.
On a side note, this area of PageLines really could use some work, both in terms of documentation and in terms of UI/UX. It's a pretty reasonable assumption for a user to make to create a new template, set it to Local, and expect that those changes would not impact the rest of the site.
Layout lines up on Desktop and Tableet
I am trying to make our home page line up on a desktop view and tablet view. On the my monitor everything is lined up but as soon as I zoom in or transfer to a tablet everything is not lined up. What is some css or html I can add the site so that everything auto scales to the screen size. The link to the home page http://proto.burkeproperties.com/ .
Can't create distinct type of page layout
I'm trying to create a type of page layout and I'm not sure how to go about it. Hopefully you could shed some light on this.
I have a website with a Case Studies section. Example of a Case Study page here:
This is almost exactly what I want but the current problems are:
At the bottom the Masonic Gallery shows ALL other pages and posts. I just want it to show other Case Study pages only (i.e., no Blog posts). Should I be setting this Case Study content up as WP Posts instead of WP Pages and then use some sort of category filter in the Masonic Gallery? I tried making a Case Study as a WP Post, but that made my Blog entries change their layouts to look like Case Studies, which I didn't want. If I click on another Case Study page (http://brightldn.com/new/case-studies/case-study-3/), the RevSlider at the top is still from the previous Case Study. How do I make a RevSlider unique to a page and not part of an overall template? Any help would be welcome, I've been prodding this for hours now.
Using Layers in Pagelines DMS
I am a new user of Pagelines DMS, and comparatively new to WP, so apologies for any ignorance in the question.
After building several sites with other themes, I am trying to find a framework that provides the layout and design flexibility I am looking for.
Website URL: private right now, not required for my question.
Framework Version: 22.214.171.124.
WordPress Version: 3.9.1
Plugins in Use: Easy Pie Maintenance Mode, Simple Page Ordering
I am trying to do layers. From what I understand of the Sections and Components use right now, I cannot do overlapping layers. For example, I would like to place a Text component box on top of a Media box or other Component.
Is there a way to do this?
Before investing more time and possibly money into paid versions of Pagelines, I want to use it more to see if I can achieve the types of designs I am interested in doing.
I am not a coder, but relatively comfortable with small CSS modifications or HTML, and cut and paste modifications to PHP (which I don't really understand, but can follow instructions to modify if they are clear).
Any help is appreciated.
My website is www.chetson.com and I am trying to create a layout like this site: http://www.kurtzandblum.com/, namely that the left sidebar is flush with the nav bar, and then there's a picture to the right and then content and the right sidebar just underneath the picture.
Struggling to do this as it seems you can't have a column within a column?
Thanks in advance for the help.