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  • Hi All,

    I’d love some help if any of you gurus out there have time. My site is http://www.kathleenmccreesh.com

    I am working on the main site in the background and therefore just want my current homepage as a holding page so need to turn off all navigation. Has anyone any advice on how to do this please?

    Much appreciated!!

    Kat

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  • When i inspected your site, there was just a contact page at the top. so do you want to hide that as well?

    On the edit page, go to the “Page Attributes” section on the right hand sidebar and in the “Template” drop down select “Blank Page”. That will remove all of the default elements of your site (header, footer, menues, etc..), from that page, and leave only the Divi elements that you put in. (You must update before you see the results, it won’t show in page preview until you do)

    To just remove the attribution links in the footer, go into the Divi Theme Options, General Settings, and scroll all the way to the bottom and enter this in the custom CSS box:

    #footer-info {display: none;}

    …and save it.

    Moderator Mark Ratledge

    (@songdogtech)

    Forum Moderator

    @katmccreesh1: Sorry, you’re using a premium/paid theme. It’s best to go to the support site where you bought the theme http://www.elegantthemes.com/ for help with customizations and issues. You paid for support when you bought the theme, so you should contact the people who sold you the theme.

    These forums are for free themes available in the WordPress theme directory at http://wordpress.org/themes/. See http://codex.wordpress.org/Forum_Welcome#Commercial_Products

    Patty J. Ayers

    (@pattyayers)

    In case the original poster checks back, Kiern’s answer is spot on.

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