Front page is identified by "Home" button by Graphene; cannot access the page under "
When I installed the Graphene Theme, it came with a “Home” button already in place. However, this “Home” page does not show up on my list of pages, so I cannot edit it.
I am trying to create a static front page so I have regular content on the front page rather than a blog post. But, since the front page is already identified by Graphene as “Home”, and I cannot access it, I cannot create a static front page.
How do I fix this problem? Thank you.Mod
Okay, I almost got it…I named my static front page “Welcome” and followed Prassana’s steps as outlined in the forum here: https://forum.graphene-theme.com/general-talk/how-to-create-static-frontpage-with-homepage-panes The only problem I have now is that my content shows up in a box underneath a smaller, empty box now. Is there any way I can get rid of this smaller box? I don’t know what it’s there for. My whole point in this was to have regular content show up on my Front Page because I haven’t decided if I even want a blog yet. Thank you for your help.
AnonymousAugust 10, 2013 at 2:44 pm #39783
Go to Graphene Options –> Homepage Panes and Disable Homepage panes.
Hi Josh – No, I don’t think I’ve done anything with Custom Menus…I’ve done so many things, I honestly don’t remember. But following the instructions on this thread has caused this new problem: “…my content shows up in a box underneath a smaller, empty box now [on my front page].” See it right here
I’m trying to get rid of that small box. Do you have any ideas?Mod
The empty box is the slider. Any posts you write will go there, although you can control which posts and pages show up there. It’s very good for highlighting new or important content.
Go to Graphene options >> Display Options >> Slider Options to set it up or to turn it off.
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