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  • #9863
    rustyellis
    Member

    I’ve searched and couldn’t find a resolution to this, and it may not be quite specific to the Graphene them. I hope I can explain my dilemma clear enough for you good folks to lend a little advice.

    I’m running my wife’s real estate site (daleaellis.com) and have settled in on Graphene some time ago (love the options!). I’ve instituted a third party vendor (Wolfnet.com) for home searching, which includes a plugin as well. Now the dilemma…

    The main home search page (search.daleaellis.com) takes up a default space in the main body that bleeds over on top of the widget area that I had been using on the right hand side of the page. I was just going to setup my main pages to have widgets, but exclude the subdomain from having widgets, but to no avail.

    I have been unable to control showing widgets on all but the subdomain pages. I’m not sure if there is some sort of CSS that I could use for this as I would really like to reinclude the widgets on the right side of the page.

    Hope this makes sense…again, love the theme!!! Any help is greatly appreciated.

    Rusty

    #44771
    Luko
    Member

    It makes sense :).

    I think that you are on wrong forum :).

    Try to ask for support on Wolfnet site.

    Manually I think you have to tweak plugin template files to add sidebar like in graphene, but honestly I don’t have experience with such plugins.

    Sorry.

    #44772
    rustyellis
    Member

    Thanks for trying Luko. I was hoping that there was some type of css that I could drop in that would hide the widgets on that subdomain.

    #44773
    Luko
    Member

    As far as I see, plugin is using theme files to display on subdomain. Did you check the plugin options? You need something that will put different class on body tag, for example, on subdomain page. Than you will be able to hide it with CSS.

    #44774
    rustyellis
    Member

    Thanks.

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