Customizing static "Posts page"
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February 28, 2018 at 11:25 pm #7911
Dear Support Forum,
I’d like to customize the static Posts page from the theme, which has a perfect layout for my Website.
The only Problem I’m facing is, that i can’t customize this page. I want to have the Header which i used for all other pages, and I want to use my sidebar.
To Show it on the real Website:
This layout should be used with the Header and sidebar from this page: http://www.geo-partner.at/news
Is this somehow possible?
Thank you very much for your answer,
AlexMarch 1, 2018 at 11:10 am #7918
Unfortunately, for now, you can’t have a header image on the Blog page.
We will add this option in the next theme update.
In the meantime, You can create a new page for the blog (news), and set up a blog on that page with the WP Bakery page builder Blog elements.
In that case, you can have a header image.
Best RegardsMarch 1, 2018 at 9:58 pm #7928
thank you for your quick answer.
Do you know approximately the release of the next update?
And will it with this update also possible to use the sidebar within the Blog page?
AlexMarch 2, 2018 at 11:06 am #7932
Sorry for the late answer!
In the meantime, we have fixed the problem with the Header-Image.
Until we release the next theme update,(which will include this repair), you can manually fix it, so if you decide to do that, please follow the steps below:
1.Log-in to your hosting space (server) via FTP client.
Then, on your server, find the agama-pro folder in the theme folder
(path should be this: … / wp-content / themes / agama-pro /)
2. Replace the
class-agama-header-image.phpfile inside the
with this one:
That’s all! , your header-image on post page should now work.
Slider should work. Are you sure you did not turn it off using any Custom CSS code, or Plugin?
RegardsMarch 4, 2018 at 11:18 pm #7988
you answer very fast, not late 🙂
Thanks for your new php-function!! it works great!
unfortunately the Sidebar does not work. Previously i used the Plugin “Custom Sidebar – Dynamic Widget Area Manager” but I deactivated and deinstalled it.
To set up if the sidebar is active I’m using the agama settings within the page creation wizard. Unfortunately I can see no change by acivating or deactivating the sidebar.
I’m also using a plugin called “custom widget area”.
Could it be possible that any plugin causes the problems?
Thanks in advanced,
AlexMarch 5, 2018 at 1:14 pm #7997
It’s very likely that you have a problem with some plug-ins that you’ve activated.
To find if that is the case try to deactivate ALL plugins and check the sidebar.
If the problem is gone, activate the plugins one by one until the problem occurs again, then you will know which plugin causes the problem.
If you tried this and still no success, please, give me your WordPress login credentials in the private reply (check the “set as private reply” checkbox below the post), so I can check directly what’s going on.
Best RegardsMarch 5, 2018 at 11:15 pm #8015This reply has been marked as private.March 6, 2018 at 9:55 am #8018
I solved the problem with the sidebar.
You had a conflict with the sidebar.php file you copied in the agama-pro-child folder from the agama-blue theme. I deleted the specified file and now the sidebar is displayed on the “news” page.
Best RegardsMarch 6, 2018 at 11:35 pm #8025
Everything works no fine and it Looks great.
Thank you for your fast and good help.
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