Support » Theme: Tiny Framework » Create my own full-width template

  • Resolved swoolrich


    So having managed to make my template with the add-ons (the bread crumbs & last modified) where I want them, I realised I didn’t want the sidebar in the pages using this template.

    The code in my custom manual.php is identical to that in the included full-width.php in tiny-framework/page-templates apart from the two additional items.

    To investigate I created a full width page with the standard template and another one with mine and compared the generated HTML (notepad++ is a wonderful tool).

    A clear significant difference is that ‘full-width’ is included in the list of classes for the <body> tag in the standard one but not mine.

    Not sure if it’s significant that the mine has page where the standard one has page-template-page-templatesfull-width-php – again this is in the classes for <body.

    After some greping, it looks like the missing class ‘full-width’ is set by tiny-framework/inc/semantics.php:

    157         // Using a full-width layout, when no active widgets in the sidebar or full-width template.
    158         if ( ! is_active_sidebar( 'sidebar-1' )
    159                  || is_page_template( 'page-templates/full-width.php' )
    160                  || is_attachment() ) {
    161                          $classes[] = 'full-width';

    Now obviously I don’t want to change that file – my own template is in a child theme.

    I also really don’t want to copy it all to my child theme either unless that’s the only way to fix this.

    Is there a simple way to fix this in or for my custom page template?

    • This topic was modified 7 months, 2 weeks ago by swoolrich.
    • This topic was modified 7 months, 2 weeks ago by swoolrich.
    • This topic was modified 7 months, 2 weeks ago by swoolrich.

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  • Thread Starter swoolrich


    I know realise that Tomas Mackevicius seems to have become completely inactive, so I’ve switched to another theme where I was able to achieve what I wanted.

    So sad.

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