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August 13, 2010 at 4:04 pm #645
Hi there i just purchased your theme a few days ago from theme forest
great job! its a really good theme with easy to use features
only had one problem i need to make additional templates that are pretty much copies of the default template i’m new to word press so not sure how to do this i cant seem to find the correct php file
secondly in the default template how do i remove the sub menu on the left side of the page
it only shows the top level pages in the menu and i want to replace it with another menu i’ve made in menu editor
thanksAugust 17, 2010 at 11:49 am #32304
Cool, glad you’re getting on well with Display!
1.) Depends on exactly what you’re trying to do as to which template you should start with. If you’re creating pages using these templates remember that you can use the same template on more than 1 page (eg Full Width Layout). What do you intend to do with the new templates?
2.) Open up sidebar.php, find and remove this code:
<div class="box box_small sidebarmenu">
if(is_object($k_option['custom']['kriesi_menu'])) $k_option['custom']['kriesi_menu']->display('Menu Manager');
You can now use the Widgets page to add your Custom Page Menu. :)
Let me know if there’s anything else you need help with.September 21, 2010 at 3:47 pm #32305
2) thanks that worked like a charm
1) basically i have 4 pages each page having a different set of subpages i want to place a list of the sub page menus on each corresponding page
page 1a, page1b, page1c
page 2a, page 2b, page 2c
page 3a, page 3b, page 3c
page 4a, page2b, page1c
all these pages use the same template but will be using different sub menu widgets
so i assumed if i could use the default template to make 3 additional templates that are exactly the same but i could place a different widget on each templateSeptember 26, 2010 at 2:17 pm #32306
If the only difference between the pages is widgets, I’d stick to the standard templates and use a plugin such as Widget Logic to dynamically select which pages the widgets show up on.
JamesNovember 1, 2010 at 4:21 pm #32307
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