I'm wondering if I can and how I can easily make a one page scrolling parallax site with menus which scroll rather than take me to a new page?
Something like this: http://demo.vellumwp.com/home-pages/one-page-resort/.
Thank you kindly
PS: my site: http://natemaingard.com
I'd like to create a landing page template that doesn't have the header & footer. I know I can use css on the page-id to display:none, but it would be exceedingly awesome to be able to do this with a template. Is it possible? If so, what's the process?
Thanks so much!
this is my first post on the forums, so please go easy ;)
I use PL Dev. edition on my site with fixed navbar. I would like to remove the standart fixed navbar on landing pages completely or have the landing page show another menu.
Thanks for your feedback.
Website URL: (local, not available)
Framework Version: 2.4.1
WordPress Version: 3.5.2
Plugins in Use: My own custom ones that just create a custom post type
Server/Host: Apache 2.2
Video Landing Page: http://glui.me/?i=52xhbdfortrxqr8/2013-04-11_at_8.13.53_AM.png/
Gallery Landing Page: http://glui.me/?i=9bkiomi3towoxu3/2013-04-11_at_8.20.46_AM.png/
I override the main query at 'wp' action to pull the CPT Landing Page for the originally queried post type. I set the global $post and do setup_postdata() with it. The page template seems to respect the various sections I have assigned to the CPT, but (besides the "features" section) not the *settings* for the respective section.
For example, the masthead section's oset property is:
[post_id] => (no post ID)
[clone_id] => 1
[group] => masthead
I'm looking for advice on a good template based approach in PageLines to allow my users to add a custom form to landing pages with various layouts.
At present I need a 2-column landing page format where the content is on the left and the form is on the right with some other content.
Normal form tools like gravity forms don't cut it, my form code is too complex and I don't want to expose users to the code (or have them break the code and damage important tracking info).
Ideally, I'd like my site users to be able to add their content on a normal WordPress page and then be able to insert the templated form where the user or landing page designer would like the form in their page content (regardless of layout).
How would you recommend I set this up?
I'm looking for the right way to do it since this will get used repeatedly (just hacking code together manually won't work).
I've attached a pdf which walks thru what I'm looking for and what I've done so far (I'll emphasize the current approach doesn't meet my needs and doesn't make sense at all). :-)