Was wondering if you could tell me where I go to edit the left hand side of 'default page template'. All my pages have text on the right hand side which I like, but the left looks a bit blank and looks like something is missing. I want to add an image or something to the left hand.
Default Page left-hand side6 posts from 4 voices
As per your full width page request, I created a full width template - you'll find the details here: http://www.kriesi.at/support/topic/full-page
Alternatively, you could populate the area with widgets specific to the page or throughout the site.
Can you clarify what you'd like to put on the left side of the page?
Thanks so much for this. I downloaded the fullpage template and could work for what I was looking for although still like the look of the default page if we were able to put widgets on the left hand side. Would it be easy to do what you say? Populate the area with widgets specific to the page or throughout the site?
If you have a look at this site, http://www.ludgateclinic.co.uk/ you will see on the left hand side there are three images "Find us on Fleet street, Appointments from, and find me on twitter". They are essentially just 3 images that I still need to change and what not but that is the kind of thing I would want to display on the left hand side. Possibly could have a widget per image so have 3 widgets?
You can picture it on this page http://ludgateclinic.com/about/
If it's not too difficult could you try to let me know?
Nevermind the page works, but it doesnt work for pages
Fatal error: Call to undefined function have_posted() in /home/maxasher/public_html/50media.com/dentox/wp-content/themes/cubit/template_fullpage.php on line 11
did you use following code?
<?php /* Template Name: Full Width */ get_header(); ?> <div class="content fullwidth"> <div class="entry"> <?php if (have_posts()) : while (have_posts()) : the_post(); ?> <!--post title--> <h2 id="post-<?php the_ID(); ?>"><?php the_title(); ?></h2> <!--post with more link --> <?php the_content('<p class="serif">Read the rest of this page »</p>'); ?> <!--if you paginate pages--> <?php link_pages('<p><strong>Pages:</strong> ', '</p>', 'number'); ?> <!--end of post and end of loop--> <?php endwhile; endif; ?> <!--edit link--> <?php edit_post_link('Edit this entry.', '<p>', '</p>'); ?> </div> </div><!-- end content--> <?php get_footer(); ?>
There's no function "have_posted() " which causes the error you posted above - just "have_posts()" - however it's correct in James' code.
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