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78 | A Real ‘Full Width Page’ Template for Twenty Fourteen

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To create a real full width page – with no sidebars whatsoever – in your WordPress site while using a child theme of the default theme Twenty Fourteen, program this page template file with the file name real-full-width.php (important as … Check the whole post »

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66 | Page-Of-Posts Template for Twenty Twelve

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Page templates are a good way of customising the layout of WordPress sites – and the Codex contains the example code of a ‘Page Of Posts’ page template for the current default theme Twenty Eleven. With the future default theme … Check the whole post »

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65 | A Sidebar Template for a Page in the ‘One-Column’ Layout in Twenty Eleven

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This article describes the necessary coding to create a page template with a sidebar within a ‘one-column’ layout of Twenty Eleven; the example is for a right sidebar.
Create your own page template from a copy of the sidebar-page.php template; edit the Template Name; correct the coding in sidebar.php; adapt the body_classes in functions.php; set a max width for the template. Check the whole post »

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53 | Twenty Eleven – New Page Template with Sidebar Correction

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If you are creating a new page template for a child theme of Twenty Eleven, with a sidebar, you need to correct the body_class output to remove the css class .singular. Add this to functions.php of your child theme: If … Check the whole post »

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50 | Page Template Sidebar Overwrite Theme Options in Twenty Eleven

Page Template Sidebar Overwrite Theme Options in Twenty Eleven
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Twenty Eleven already comes with a page template to add a sidebar to static pages. However, this sidebar will always be on the same side as the sidebar on the front  page, ruled by the ‘theme options’. On some pages, … Check the whole post »

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