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On my homepage, using the template buider, I would like to display one widget which is 100% width.
I see an option to display two/three or four columns with widgets in them, but no option to display just one.
I would like my homepage to look like this:
Is this possible somehow?
Unfortunately not that I know of no. The only thing I can think to do something similar is to use a Text Area/Callout/Quotes element and use the Text Area to insert the widget with shortcode (if its possible) or directly input HTML to create the content you want.
You could potentially edit the columns function to add another option but its not something that we could guide you through as it would take a good bit of changes and new code to work correctly.
If you are interested in looking into it, the function is created in includes>helper-templates.php .
Could I just add a few new widget area on the homepage beneath the slider and horizontal ruler?
If so, which file affects the homepage?
The way the theme controls the display of pages I don’t think that would work that way. If you have a dynamic template of any kind assigned to the page, it will ignore everything else you add to it (even php/html to the index.php).
If you wanted to create your own layout completely, you will need to remove the content in index.php and then add in your own.
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