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  • #88689

    brianmor
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    Is there any way to replicate the featured content area on a (non-home) page? Perhaps by using a child theme?

    Or, alternatively, is there a widgetised area that spans the width of a page, above the footer area? That way, I could use featured content widgets.

    #88690

    Pratik
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    hi @brianmor,
    Do you want to add in a different featured content, or do you want to hide featured content on homepage? The second option can be done using custom CSS.

    For the widgetized area, you will need to hire a customizer for this as there will be a need to do quite a bit of customization.

    Regards,
    Pratik

    #88691

    brianmor
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    I’m already using featured content area on homepage to navigate to main pages on website. On one of those pages I’d like to highlight a different set of pages, in effect one level down the hierarchy. So…

    Homepage features “Accommodation” “Spectacular Views” “Things To Do”

    “Things To Do” page features “Golf” “Day Trips” “In the Neighbourhood” etc

    I can probably achieve what I want by clever use of divs containing images and links on the “Things To Do” page, but I like the way the featured content area on the homepage behaves responsively.

    #88712

    Pratik
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    Hi @brianmor,
    I am afraid that is not possible via theme support. You will need to hire a customizer as all the CSS and HTML will need to be customized.

    Regards,
    Pratik

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