How Do You Remove Posts From Homepage?

  • gblackbook

    #1187

    Hi guys,

    I run the blog http://gentlemansblackbook.com.

    What I want to do is keep the slider and the sidebar on the right, but remove the posts from the home page, and instead add three collums at the bottom, just like it’s done here > http://dev.khairul-syahir.com/wordpress/graphene/layout-and-formatting/columns/two-column-right-sidebar/.

    Thanks in advance!

    DR

    Kim

    #14824

    You just might want to look at static page here:

    http://gentlemansblackbook.com/wp-admin/options-reading.php

    Kim

    gblackbook

    #14825

    I have made the static home page, but now two posts show up underneath the slider before the bottom widgets.

    I tried adding this code:

    .home .page{

    display: none;

    }

    to the style.css but the posts still stay there.

    Is there another way to remove the posts?

    Go here > http://gentlemansblackbook.com/ to see what I mean.

    Admin

    Syahir Hakim

    #14826

    That’s the Homepage Panes. You can disable it in Graphene Options > Homepage Panes.

    gblackbook

    #14827

    Oh of course! My mistake.

    I know you have heard this a lot but I really am a huge fan of the theme. Thank you!

    gblackbook

    #14828

    One more question. I hope this isn’t getting annoying!

    Is there a way to extend the sidebar widget to the bottom of the page and have two footer widgets?

    Admin

    Syahir Hakim

    #14829

    Nope, not without directly editing the theme’s code. But I may be moving towards making the theme’s codes more like a theme framework-style in the future, which means among others there’ll be more control in determining where chunks of codes should be inserted without directly editing the theme’s codes.

    RC

    #14830

    Hi, I am having some trouble hiding the posts on the first page. So far I’ve set a static page from the reading settings, and clicked “disable homepage panes”.

    I’m trying to do the exact same as the poster above, use a slider on my main page, without the post below it. It doesn’t seem to work tho.

    Any help is greatly appreciated!!

    Site: http://www.skyysports.ca/

    Admin

    Syahir Hakim

    #14831

    Insert in your child theme or Custom CSS option:

    .home .post {
    display: none;
    }

    RC

    #14832

    Great! Thanks!

    I have 2 websites on the go and so far both are using your theme. Keep up the good work man.

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