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  • briggreene

    (@briggreene)


    I’d like to link to a category page from the home page images (http://brigidgreene.com/home/)
    and I’d like for the category page to be full width and with only the category I’ve selected. (The default post layout is full width.)
    when I do the search it appears that some pages are being pulled into the results also.

    After that I guess I can use CSS to change the “search results for” etc.

    Many thanks!

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  • Theme Author satoristudio

    (@satoristudio)

    Hello Brigid,
    your category archives have a different URL structure: for example, the “Visualization” category is http://brigidgreene.com/category/viz/viz-viz/. You might want to edit your permalink structure in Settings -> Permalinks admin section.

    Category pages as well as other archives have a sidebar by design in Bento, but what you can do is add this custom CSS snippet: .category #content { width: 100% !important; } .category #sidebar { display: none !important; }

    Regarding the search results: this is independent of the theme, WordPress pulls all relevant posts and pages into a search result.

    briggreene

    (@briggreene)

    Hi there – I appreciate the fixes! Thanks.

    I’ve copied and pasted the CSS snippet and put in Custom CSS fairly high.
    .category #content { width: 100% !important; }
    .category #sidebar { display: none !important; }

    I’m still getting the sidebar here:
    http://brigidgreene.com/c/viz/

    Is there something else I can do?

    Theme Author satoristudio

    (@satoristudio)

    Apologies, try this instead:
    .category .content { width: 100% !important; } .category .sidebar { display: none !important; }

    briggreene

    (@briggreene)

    Perfect. Thank you!

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