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Yes still having the same problem: the sidebar doesn’t appear.
The HTML for the page includes .no-sidebar in the body classes:
`<body class=”page-template-default page page-id-20924 page-child parent-pageid-23042 logged-in admin-bar no-customize-support custom-background wp-custom-logo group-blog no-sidebar full-width excerpt-image-left mobile-menu-two”>
Not sure if that is relevant…
Thanks @Skandha. What should I choose for Layout Options? None of them seem to have any effect. The sidebar doesn’t appear.
Here’s an example of a page where I’d like a sidebar: http://dev.ucw.org/childrenandfamilies/youth/
That works! Thanks so much.
Any updates on this? Thanks!
Sorry! Skandha, not Skands.
Thanks Skands, but if I try to use wider images they get cropped on the left and right. For example: I’ve created a test image that’s 1200×200 and set it as the featured image here: http://dev.ucw.org/outreach/. The image that is displayed has been cropped to 860 and is named test-1200×200-boxes-860×200.png instead of the original test-1200×200-boxes.png.
Here’s the original image: http://dev.ucw.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/test-1200×200-boxes.png
Also, the theme instructions say to use 860px images for featured images — unless I’m reading it wrong.
AlexJuly 3, 2020 at 4:47 pm in reply to: Can homepage slider be linked to page instead of posts? #251901
Never mind, found it.
Unless I’m misunderstanding you can only add the slider to either the home page or every page — I’d like to add it to a single page that is not the home page. I’ve since found the Meta Slider plugin which seems to work fine and has styling that’s pretty similar to Catch Responsive, so I’m all set now.
Never mind, it seems to be fixed by checking “Primary Menu (Current: top)”. I’m surprised this setting wasn’t carried of from the free version, doesn’t the pro version use the same database?