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I would the container on this page: ( which uses two column template)
to have a different backgroudn than this page: (which uses one column template
Yes the page is named – “2nd_pages.php”
And inside the file itself its called the same.
* Template Name: 2nd pages
It shows up under the page templates I can select.
I have it selected as the page template but it does not show two colums.June 11, 2015 at 2:24 pm #45008
I just got a reply for someone on another forum. The issue as with this css code:
Change 100% to 10% problem solved.
Still looking for a better solution that wp e-commerce if anyone has suggestions.
What I am trying to accomplish is a way to pull up the side bars outside the container. After thinking about this Iâ€™m pretty sure itâ€™s not possible. Anyways Iâ€™d like to have a 3 column layout, but the left and right columns only display the sidebar content. The middle column will display the page content and the menu. The problem I am having setting this up is really with the menu. I need this page with sidebars to be 1400pixels wide. So if the browser window is not opened large enough, and or the screen resolution is less than 1400 the menu is no longer centered and sometimes runs off the page. The client is used to the 1400 size but wants the menu to be centered over the content.
Is this what is referred to as â€œone of Graphene’s page templatesâ€: template-threecolumnscenter.php ?
I ask because this is why I originally asked how you edited this template. There just seems to be no correlation between how most tutorials show you to edit page templates and the way this page is laid out.
I understand that part of it. Iâ€™m talking about constructing the actual page template and the elements involved. Normally all the help pages Iâ€™ve found say just add this code or that code anyway you like within normal html. Many of the codes mentioned do not even appear in Graphenes entire template anywhere. So is there any help anywhere on how to make a custom page template and us it with Graphene?
<?php get_sidebar(); ?>November 26, 2014 at 12:52 pm #43544
Thank you so much that did the trick!!!
Yes itâ€™s hard to see because of the back ground color.
I figured out that I could use a plug in to get the 6 different menus on this site to be where I wanted them after doing all this other CSS codes. Iâ€™ll probably go back and change it before going live.
Thanks again for all the help, Love this theme and the support!!!!