How to change the apparence of the children page on the the mother page?

  • hugoprimero

    #9520

    Hi,

    I’d like to change the disposition of the children pages on the the mother page:

    http://www.campusfm.net/wp/?page_id=1691

    “√ɬ©mission musicale” is a mother page,

    “acid adventures”, “aswedothing”, “atypi’kalebass”, “B side” are children page, they appears one under the other.

    i’d like them to be order on two columns, instead of this list.

    I’d like these pages appear like the post on the “accueil” page :

    http://www.campusfm.net/wp/

    Can someone help us with this?

    Thanks!

    Hugo primero

    Mod

    Kenneth John Odle

    #43822

    You are using homepage panes on your front page, which gives you the two-column effect. The Graphene theme only supports this feature on the front page.

    That said, you can achieve something similar on your parent page, but it will require a bit of work. How good are you with CSS?

    Moved to Support. Please post in the correct section next time.

    hugoprimero

    #43823

    Hi,

    Thanks for your answer.

    I’m totaly css virgin… I’d like to learn a bit about that.

    Have i to create my css code to change the parent pages apparence?

    I’ve found some css code for little change, like to center the menu or remove the grey border around the published picture.

    If you can give me some tips to change that i’ll try to learn. Maybe should i create a child theme?

    H.

    Anonymous

    #43824

    Create a child theme first before you change anything.

    http://docs.graphene-theme.com/Customisation_using_a_child_theme

    I don’t know how to create this 2 columns effect though.

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