Is this technically possible?

  • rickytherhino

    #3122

    So I have my normal site at http://www.nexusenergycenter.org/

    I want to apply a COMPLETELY different style to the page http://www.nexusenergycenter.org/birminghamwise

    I bought birminghamwise.org and it will reroute to the page above. I want to lose the existing menus, replace Nexus logo, and have different widgets.

    Is this even possible?

    Thanks!

    Daniel

    Anonymous

    #23448

    It’s technically possible. But, it needs hard coding..

    Hmm.. Why can’t you keep another wordpress install in /birminghamwise directory?

    rickytherhino

    #23449

    I haven’t tried anything yet. You think I should install WordPress in the directory?

    Daniel

    Admin

    Syahir Hakim

    #23450

    By different “style” do you mean a completely different stylesheet, or a different content and layout?

    Several options:

    1. Place different widgets on different pages by using the Widget Logic plugin.

    2. Create a custom page template, and then apply that template to that particular page.

    3. Unload the theme’s stylesheet and load up your own, custom stylesheet.

    rickytherhino

    #23451

    @Syahir,

    I guess #1 and #2. I didn’t know about that plugin so I will download and play around.

    This might help….. I want just that page to look more like this website homepage.

    http://nola-portal.wise.greenenergycompass.org/

    I don’t want to lose the current style on the rest of the website.. Any thoughts?

    Anonymous

    #23452

    Or, create a index.php or html file in /root/birminghamwise directory and paste the source code of any one of your standard page and edit elements..

    I’ve done the same thing in one of my clients’ site..

    rickytherhino

    #23453

    that’s not a bad idea…. I’ll give it a shot soon and let you know what happens 😉

    rickytherhino

    #23454

    Prasanna,

    I’m confused as to how to do that. Birminghamwise is just a page on the main site. Where would I put the index.php file? I don’t have a /root/briminghamwise directory. At least not that I know where to find it.

    Anonymous

    #23455

    You need to create a directory called /briminghamwise in your public_html (root). Then a index.php or index.html file

    GrafenGruppen

    #23456

    Maybe off topic, but. How Did you make that some menu items isn’t’clickable’ ?

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