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  • #6369

    juritotaro
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    Hi, how can I set up a single post with a template full width?

    in the pre-sale question that I have asked on themeforest you said that you could help on this.

    Thanks

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    Max
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  • #6509

    juritotaro
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    Hi,
    since the child theme options are not working as per last threat opened, I’m using the parent theme.
    I have tried to add in the functions.php file your code but it broke both back-end and front-end.

    I have also tried to create a custom-functions.php in the parent theme folder and added into it your code but it still didn’t work.

    Please let me know how should I add this code.

    Thanks

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    Max
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  • #6542

    juritotaro
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    Ok Thanks it worked but now all posts are full width.

    I was talking about an option so that I can assign full width template for single post only when I need.

    I have also tried to enable the Visual composer for posts but nothing. I only need the option like it has been built for Pages, that is “Sidebar layout”.

    Hope this is possible, thanks

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    Jacob
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  • #6567

    juritotaro
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    Hi,

    actually it was my only pre-sales question, your reply was: we can help, it’s just about few lines of code.

    I’m very upset now that I can’t have single post as full width, it was my first need.

    Can you think of a quick workaround in order to accomplish my request? If we can only add a template without sidebar, it should not be a big deal.

    Please advice, I will rate your theme 5 stars support

    Thanks

    Juri

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    Max
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  • #8170

    zmemedia
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    Hello,

    I have the same request but the code isn’t working for me.

    I’ve copied it to custom-functions.php in child theme , but there’s no new post format option when editing a draft.

    I’ve also copied the code to functions.php and even custom-functions.php in the parent theme, but to no avail.

    Any suggestions? Thanks.

    TIbi

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    Jacob
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    zmemedia
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  • #8193

    zmemedia
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    Indeed! Very nice. Thanks you!

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    Mary1974
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  • #13868

    zmemedia
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    Since the last update this “full width function” has stopped working.

    I can still check or uncheck “full width” in the WP editing window, but the article still has a sidebar now.

    Any suggestions?

    Thank you,

    Tibi

  • #13965

    zmemedia
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    Bump! Issue still standing

  • #14205

    zmemedia
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    Bump!

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