I’m trying to create a Full width singlepage with Customify (just like in the screenshot from the theme itself) but no matter what I change, the right main widget sidebar remains the same.
Hide or Remove Sidebar from Any Page in WordPress
Some themes include a custom full-width template that can be used to remove the sidebar from pages manually. You would then have to go in and edit every single page you wanted to make full-width, or you would have to find and bulk edit them. That’s easy if it’s only a few pages, but it can get quickly confusing as your site grows. And what happens when you switch themes? You would have to do it all over again.
How to Make the Sidebar Hidden on Your Homepage in WordPress
Today, I will demonstrate how to hide your sidebar on your website’s homepage. You will not need any additional plugins, but you will need access to your website’s cPanel. The login information is provided to you when you create an account with your web host. All you need to do is locate a line of code and replace it with another. You will not need any coding experience to accomplish this task.
To add CSS: If you are using WordPress 4.7, use the “Custom CSS” option in the customizer. If your theme has a custom CSS option, use that to add the CSS shown above. If not, install the plugin Simple Custom CSS. Or, if you have Jetpack installed, enable its Custom CSS module.
have you tried to create a new page and choose “Full Width Page” on the right side beneath the editor? The Theme does support a Full Width Template for pages, which usually don’t show the sidebar.
You could then add your pictures, name the page “My Gallery” for example and add the page to your navigation menu …
How to Hide the Sidebar Title in WordPress
Click the downward-facing arrow next to the sidebar widget you would like to edit. Insert an exclamation mark in front of any title you would like to prevent from displaying on your business’ website. For example, if you have a sidebar widget called “Search,” change the name in its title field to “!Search” without quotation marks. Click “Save” to save your changes. This method hides the sidebar title in the front end of your WordPress website, while leaving a recognizable title in the Dashboard for easier back-end management.
That was what I initially thought – but when I opened the page – there is no box with “Page Attributes” available. She has “Publish” “HTTPS” “Featured Media” “Likes and Shares” and “Yoast Internal Linking”. She’s using Thrive Architect and Zippy Courses within the Virtue Child Theme. But when I go into these plugins – neither of them has a sidebar element. Her sidebar is the same on all of her pages – (I checked in her Menus area) so it seems to be the one she originally built using the Virtue Child Theme.