How to create static frontpage with Homepage Panes
Hi, I just purchased Graphene PLUS, and cannot find out how to display home page panes (which are my latest posts) in ONE column, NOT two. I am also using a sticky static page at the top of my homepage.
I read Shubham’s instructions at the top of this thread, but he did not show how to do the one-column version of his homepage illustration.
Pamela, http://www.IntimateKingdom.comApril 17, 2020 at 11:38 pm #51346
long time ago, but maybe you can help me:
I’m just trying to get the same result as on your homepage: a Static sticky frontpage with blogs underneath in *one* column.
Didn’t find a way to build that with Graphene.
Any help will be very much appreciated.
I bought the priority support, and wrote them about this. I found the email they sent, and this is what it said:
Try copying the code below and paste it into Customizer > Additional CSS:
I put this code into my child theme, and I think (if I remember correctly) this did the trick! 🙂
-PamelaApril 18, 2020 at 2:44 pm #51350
thanks a lot for your quick response.
And YES: it works.
The only thing I need in addition is to display the full content of the blogs and hide the “Continue reading” button as well.
On a “normal” blog page that works according to the theme’s setting, but not in the frontpage panes.
Thanks again and keep care…
Hmm, sorry, that one I don’t know.
I know you could, as one option, put the whole content into the “excerpt” section that is an on option for each blog post. That’s what I do, only I put part of each post (choosing it’s length, which is different for each one) into the excerpt section. But if I wanted to I could put the whole blog post into the excerpt section and then it would display the whole thing. Only, it would not eliminate the Continue reading button.
(P.S. I think my excerpt feature is a part of my Mashshare plug-in features, not sure)
Good luck!April 19, 2020 at 1:22 am #51352
Thanks again for sharing that.
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