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Twenty ten: how to remove nav bar from an existing page (4 posts)

  1. christineonthebrighterside
    Posted 1 year ago #

    Hi. I'm trying to remove the nav bar from a single page of my site: http://thebrightersideoflife.ca/5-keys-free-guide/

    I found various forum topics on removing pages from the nav (which I did for this page), or creating templates etc., but now I'm simply trying to hide or remove the nav from this one page.

    Word of warning: I DO NOT KNOW CODE AT ALL.

    Your help would be greatly appreciated! Thank you.

  2. martcol
    Posted 1 year ago #



    Those two threads look at your question. You will need to tinker with the code and the best method is to use a child theme.

    I think the way you would do this is to make a copy of header.php and edit that and rename it. Then make a copy of single.php and make it a template. In that page, you call your alternative header. In the dashboard, you set the page for no navigation to use your template page.

  3. if you don't know coding, the easiest way might be to add this via a 'custom CSS' plugin:

    .page-id-2635 #access { display: none; }

    pick one of the plugins http://wordpress.org/plugins/search.php?q=custom+css

    (don't edit the theme's style.css directly, as those edits will get lost when you upgrade the theme)

  4. christineonthebrighterside
    Posted 1 year ago #

    Thank you martcol and alchymyth - will give it a go with the child theme, and will definitely download a custom CSS plugin.


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