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    gwhite
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    Hi,

    I want the blogs on the home page to be a single column and not 2 as it is now – http://www.blackpoolleafletdistribution.co.uk/

    Any help would be appreciated.

    Thanks, Gordon

    http://www.blackpoolleafletdistribution.co.uk/
    #104643

    Lauren @ OnceCoupled
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    You have the Genesis Grid Loop set up so you could remove that completely or you can change the number of featured posts to the same number as maximum display posts.

    Best,
    Lauren


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    #104644

    gwhite
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    Sorry, how do you do either???

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    wpmentor
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    I found same problem under some circumstances, later I finished by changing theme check my blog WpMentor it’s look awesome

    #104657

    Lauren @ OnceCoupled
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    You’ll need to edit your template file. If you google “genesis grid loop” you should be able to find a few tutorials to help you understand the code. :)


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    #104851

    essaysnark
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    @gwhite, in eleven 40 Pro, I’m pretty sure you can get a single column home page by just deleting the file home.php from your theme directory, provided you haven’t done any other home page specific customizations there. If you have, then you will need to delete the Genesis grid loop part of the code as Lauren suggested (leave the genesis() part though at the bottom).

    #104915

    gwhite
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    Hi,

    I ended renaming the file home_old.php which has done what I wanted although the top post doesn’t show full post content.

    Thanks, Gordon

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