I’ve been playing with a plugin called Inbound Now that creates custom landing pages with no menus. They use a custom post type and it seems to work well except that if I have more than one landing page, Graphene shows the other landing pages at the top of page. This makes sense because if it were a regular post, you would have the link to the next or previous post at the top right and left corner above the post. This makes no sense for landing pages, however. First choice would be to have a page that I could suppress the menu on (you really want just a single call to action choice on a landing page.) With that I could create landing pages within Graphene. Second choice is CSS code to block the next/previous post. The plug in does automatic A/B testing so it is handy. Any help would be appreciated. Thank you.
You can create a child theme and then create a custom post type that has no menu.
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