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  • I’ve looked at several sources, read many things but, come away still confused. I have a site I’m trying to modify. I want to create a series of pages within the site that will not have a sidebar and, I’m stumped as to how best to go about it.

    I understand I can use an “exclude” but, since my theme doesn’t have a pages.php, don’t I also have to create one in order for the layout to have something to render with or to?

    Thank you in advance

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  • well if you still have your index.php or any available template files inside your theme directory. You can try the following tricks.

    find all

    <?php get_sidebar(); ?>

    replace with

    <?php if (is_page() == false) get_sidebar(); ?>

    Extra css, the below code will make the right content fill up the sidebar space.

    add it inside functions.php

    function custom_page_css()
    { global $wp_query;
    	if ($wp_query->is_page){
    	<style type="text/css">

    Thanks. So, I create pages.php by copying index.php and insert the above code? Or, only replace the code on index.php?

    for clarification: I DO want the sidebar to show where it currently is showing. I want to create a new set of pages where the sidebar will not show.

    u could mod the index.php the code will disabled/exclude the sidebar on “page” sections only.

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