Gateway Theme – setting posts/pages to full width
I’ve set up a site for a university course where I have the students writing ‘posts’ which I will them sort into the primary menu to appear as static pages (so, once all the students contribute their content, there won’t be a consistent ‘blog’ aspect with new posts).
I’m having trouble getting these posts full-width. The Gateway theme states that it supports a full-width template that, when enabled, will not show a side bar. It tells me to do this through an option called ‘page attributes’ which I cannot find for the life of me. Can anyone direct me to where I can find this? I’ve tried looking under WP admin and in the customizer as well.
The blog I need help with is womeninantiquity.wordpress.com.
Page Attributes is in the drop-down menu under Page Settings, which you’ll find at the top right side of the page editor. It has a gear icon beside the words “Page Settings. Click on either the icon or the words to open the drop-down menu.
Under Page Attributes, on some themes you’ll find some optional templates. The template options for a Gateway theme page are
2. Full Width, No Sidebar
3. Home Page
Here’s a page with some screenshots:
This shows the right hand sidebar you’ll get after clicking Page Settings in the top right as @musicdoc1 described :)
Ah, I see now. Thank you!
So, now I’m wondering if there is a way to make ‘Posts’ the same size? (As in, without the sidebar). For example, this post is left-justified and I can’t seem to figure out how to adjust it:
Pages are a bit different from posts, and don’t use the same Page Template functionality.
You could also try some of these, which are specifically designed with single column layouts:
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