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    I’d like to have a full screen picture with no headers & footers. I want to put text in the center and use it like a splash page, very similar to the maintenance pages.

    Seems like it’s doable, I just haven’t figured it out yet.

    Thanks,

    – John

    #116302

    No, afaik this is not doable. You can canfigure the page styling options like:

    This will hide the sidebar, the header & the entire footer. You’ll still see the menu though. You could hide it with css code but the user would still be able to see all links in the source code.

    #116303

    The menu is fine. I was just wondering if it was possible to have a picture stretch to fill the entire screen and put a message in the middle. I just want the message centered no matter the screen size… similar to the maintenance screen but without the border & frames near the message.

    Could create a neat splash page that way.

    Thanks,

    – John

    #116304

    Hi,

    It is possible yes but you need to add a lot of css modification. This is the closest I can get. I used a 1500x640px image with the text or whatever elements already included on image itself.

    Create a new page. On the Layout Option select “No Sidebar”, “Don’t Display the Header”, “Don’t Display the socket & footer widgets” respectively.

    Go to Advance Layout Editor > Media Elements > Insert Full Width Easy Slider > Select the Splash Image.

    On your custom.css insert this code

    .page-id-1380 #header {
    display: none;
    }

    .fixed_header.social_header .page-id-1380 #main {
    padding-top: 0;
    }

    Notice the .page-id-1380? That is the unique id for my own splash page. You need to inspect your page then find the body class and use that instead.

    Regards,

    Ismael

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