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    Please, I need urgent help!

    I am creating a website using the PRO version of Rock Star.

    As seen on the THEME DEMO PAGE at Catch Themes, I also want the WIDGETS “BEFORE CONTENT WIDGET” and “AFTER CONTENT WIDGET” to be present / shown, ONLY my HOME page.

    I could not find an answer to this anywhere on forum…

    I have tried (nearly) everything:

    – Creating an static page,
    – Changing the PAGE “save option” (present below the text editor), but I found out that “sidebar” is not the same as the “widgets content”,
    – Creating a new template page without the calling on php,
    – Installing a Dynamic Widget plugin,

    Since I see this working perfectly at the theme DEMO PAGE (here:, I want all my PAGES to look the same… Just that.

    MY client saw the theme and bought it precisely because of how the DEMO looks.

    What is necessary to make it happen?

    Please, help me out! I am taking longer than necessary to send the preview because I could not find a way around this issue.

    Thank you so much!



    @andiepalmieri : You can select different page templates for Homepage and other pages that is available in the theme. when you edit your pages in WordPress dashboard, locate Page Attributes which lies next to the page editor. Under Template : Select page template that is different from Homepage. You can insert different widgets for different page templates. There are separate widget areas for Blank page and Blank content page.

    If you have Jetpack plugin activated you can use widget visibility of Jetpack and show widgets on desired pages only.

    Alternatively, you can hide the widget on all other pages using additional css as well. Let me know if you need any further assistance regarding the issue.




    Thank you so much Tikaram. 🙂
    I did it. I’ve chosen the “Blank Content Page” (used it as a “static page”), and then used it’s own widget and voilá! It worked out. 🙂

    Thank you for your feedback on this.

    The only thing I noticed is that the “Widget Titles” are differently formated from when the page is naturally the “posts main page”. The titles are smaller…. But again, I edited it via CSS and had it looking normal again.

    Thank YOU very much! 🙂



    @andiepalmieri :Glad to know that the issue has been resolved. Have a Good day.


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