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    Kevin
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    I’m working on redesigning a site using Metro pro. I want the main page (the blog) to have 3 columns and the internal pages to have 2 columns. I uploaded data from their current site which included lots of pages. I set the default layout to 3 columns. My questions:
    Do I have to go in and change the layout of each page?
    Can I set the default layout to 2 columns and the home (blog) page to a 3 column layout – how do I do that?

    Thanks

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    Davinder Singh Kainth
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    1. Set 2 column layout in Genesis setttings.
    2. Then use code to force homepage to have 3 columns layout http://genesissnippets.com/force-a-layout/


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