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[resolved] Landing Page Inherits Single Posts (5 posts)

  1. sahiphop
    Member
    Posted 10 months ago #

    I LOVE this and want to get it to work. It's at about 99% working condition right now - there's only ONE problem and unfortunately for me it's a big one.

    I have a custom plugin that enables a specific email opt-in plugin to appear "after post" which appears for single posts but not pages, which is what I want.

    When configuring Landing Pages, I noticed that when I published my landing page, it inherited the traits of the single posts instead of a page. I know this because the email opt-in plugin is showing (as well as the social media bar which also only shows for single posts).

    With that in mind, I REALLY need this to work as if it was a page and not a post. Can you show me how to do this please?

    THANKS!!!

    http://wordpress.org/plugins/landing-pages/

  2. sahiphop
    Member
    Posted 10 months ago #

    BTW I forgot to include the link: click here to see my landing page

    As you will see, there are two e-mail forms. The one on the bottom with the red arrow is the form I put through Landing Pages and it's the one I want to show for my landing pages.

    The one right above it (dark gray box, orange button) is the one that shows up for single posts, but not on pages. THIS is what I want to eliminate.

    This isn't an issue with that plugin however. Landing Pages is inheriting the traits of single posts, but I want it to inherit the traits of pages.

    Thanks, please respond promptly!

  3. David Wells
    Member
    Plugin Author

    Posted 10 months ago #

    You will need to use custom CSS to hide that additional form

    Insert this CSS into the Custom CSS settings on the landing page edit screen:

    .af-form-wrapper { display:none !important;}

    That should hide the extra form

  4. sahiphop
    Member
    Posted 10 months ago #

    I had to specify the specific wrapper by number, but yes, that did the trick! Thank you!

  5. David Wells
    Member
    Plugin Author

    Posted 10 months ago #

    Glad we could help.

    If you like the plugin (or the support), we would love a quick review from you on the WordPress Plugin Repository, it would really help us out!

    You can leave a review here.

    Thanks and let me know if you have any questions about the plugin.

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