Help with front page.

  • johnnypark


    I was wondering if there’s a way of moving the slider to a different page than the landing page? At the moment, I have a landing page with the latest post and the slider but I’d like to use my ‘About’ page as the landing page instead and my post page the second page. Can this be done?



    I’ve now managed to swap my front page (posts + slider) with my second page (About Us). However, is there a way to make the clickable header image go to my ‘new’ front page?


    Syahir Hakim


    If you activate the clickable header image option, it should be displayed in all pages regardless of whether it’s the front page or not.



    I’ve got the header working ok but I’ve still got problems with moving the posts slider to the second page. Any way this can be done? Thanks.


    Syahir Hakim


    If you follow this instruction on how to create a static front page, it should all work properly:



    I’m having the opposite problem. I would like to keep the slider on the top of my front page, but hide the posts that show up below this.

    I’m not overly good with php, so if there is a php fix I’d be happy to do it, but might need a little help.

    Alternatively, if there are any widgets/plugins that can do the job, I’d be more than happy to employ them too.

    Thanks in advance!


    Syahir Hakim


    You can still create a static front page and use an empty page as the front page. The front page will then show the empty page and the slider.

    You may need to hide the empty page title with CSS.



    I’ve created a static front page, but the slider content isn’t displaying.

    Any ideas?


    Syahir Hakim


    I see you only have one post for now: the Hello World post. Also, it seems that the slider is showing on every category pages – I assume you modified the theme to show it this way?

    The theme is heavily customised, and it’s difficult for me to render any assistance without looking at the customised code.

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