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  • in reply to: Post page with full width? #1614

    ervhun
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    Hi,
    without child theme on two different WP sites (both with Iconic pro Theme), I see the same result. For post pages and index (post list) page is the full width page template is unuseable. Has no effect.

    I tested one other WP site with no themonic theme, there is full width template for pages avaiable too.. On this site i has the same result: post pages and post index page still be two-columns-page. Page template has no effect on post pages.

    I read about this on WP support sites, so I think it is unpossible, that page-template has any effect on post page on your system (“Full width template is working fine at my end”). (?)

    I resolved this problem manual, via editing in your single.php and index.php.

    line 12.: <div id=”primary” class=”site-content” style=”width:96%; padding-right:3px;”>

    line 74.: <?php // get_sidebar(); ?>

    Ervin M.

    in reply to: Post page with full width? #1603

    ervhun
    Participant

    I tested now this problem on my earlier website (based on themonic theme), and there is the same result. Maybe this full-width-page-template has no ability to work with the post-page?

    Maybe you can test it on your local system?

    thank you
    Ervin M.

    in reply to: Post page with full width? #1602

    ervhun
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    Hi,
    thank you, I did it, but it give the same result. The post-page still be two-columns-page. Unfortunatelly the full-width-template works for me only with non-post-pages / “static pages” / selfmade pages.

    Its weird, when the second widget-aera is empty, some unwanted widgets come up on right sidebar: search field, “rcent posts”, Pages (list of pages), WP deafault Tag cloud.

    When I put one widget to this 2. widget aera (Archives), then all unwanted widgets will be disappear, and shown only the right one (Archives).

    I use the Iconic pro child theme, its the problem?

    Ervin M.

    in reply to: child theme (footer.php) not working #1089

    ervhun
    Participant

    Thank you for the quick answer.
    I find the solution too.. When I just copy the child files manually to the child directory, I need reactivate the parent theme (stop it and activate it again).

    But with any installing from child themes, the iconic pro service settings on the backend will be reset to default (lost the backround,- logo image, and color settings, etc.). Its recommended to export (backup) the options with the iconic settings service (when it works correctly, I never has try out).

    Erv

    in reply to: child theme (footer.php) not working #1087

    ervhun
    Participant

    Thank you for the quick answer.
    What u mean under “install it as a new theme” ? WHen I unzip this childtheme folder, the main folder name is “iconic-one-pro-child” . WordPress is unabele to install (or detect) the content with this folder name as a new separate Theme, wordress handle it only as a childtheme.

    When I copy the “iconic-one-pro-child” folder with all content to the “themes” folder, the result is the same, what I has made before manually: Copied header.php and footer.php from the original ‘iconic-one-pro’ folder to the child folder, plus style.css with the content ‘@import url(“../iconic-one-pro/style.css”)’;.

    Now, when I make changes in the child ‘footer.php’ , cause no effect on the website. When I make changes in the original ‘footer.php’ file (in the iconic-one-pro folder) , it cause changes in the website. What am I doing wrong?

    Thanx. Ervin

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