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specifying target for links, keeping the top image ??

  • Hello

    I’m trying to configure the links such as
    Theme Options -> Home page settings -> First Feature Link

    I do it by aiming that link to a page I’ve created.

    That page works but takes most of the screen and it doesn’t have the “Home Top Feature Image” on the top.
    How can I achieve that all the links have the same aspect than the home page instead of replacing everything. I mean with the top image on the top.

    I guess is something like adding target=…. but I don’t know what to write there.

    regards

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  • Hello

    http://apinchofspanish.byethost7.com

    When I go to the “Home” page it looks like this:
    [IMG]http://i46.tinypic.com/2q249hv.png[/img]

    And if I click any button the new page loads like this:
    [IMG]http://i49.tinypic.com/5a04z5.png[/img]
    It looses the layout of the home page.

    I would like that it load the page like that
    [IMG]http://i46.tinypic.com/ncxcme.png[/img]
    keeping the top picture

    [b]How can I get it?[/b]

    I can’t find the way to do it.
    There is no popup menu to choose the target like in Joomla (this window/frame, parent window/frame, new window, top frame (replace all)).
    Maybe I can write it in the link line but I don’t know how.
    I don’t want to edit php files.

    I’m using the theme Colorway but I guess I would have the same problem with any other.

    The option “reading settings” is set to “static page -> Home.”
    And each page is set to “full width”, but I’ve tried changing it or using parent there and it doesn’t work.

    Regards

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