Few days back at Shoutmeloud, we shared a tutorial on Getting started with Thesis theme and 15 Thesis Theme resource roundup. In this tutorial Baby BrownFox from EzDollar is sharing his tips on How you can create a page in Thesis theme without sidebar. This one of very useful for pages like Search pages. You can see an example of such page on my WordPress services page.
If you are new to Thesis, you should check out my Thesis theme review. It almost drives me crazy after hours of googling around trying to figure out how to remove a simple sidebar on a certain page on my thesis theme site.
Perhaps some of you might encounter these kind of scenario like I do. I’ve created a new custom google search and wanted it to display its search results occupying the entire page but the darn sidebar hangs beside covering its content.
So for those thesis theme users out there looking to figure out how to remove thesis theme sidebar on a specific pages, you’ll be so surprise to know how simple it is and I’m pretty sure you’re gonna laugh at yourself once you’re done.
One more thing guys you don’t have to copy and paste those ridiculous code on your custom function.
How to remove Sidebar in Thesis Theme:
Here’s how to do it:
1. Click on Edit pages. See screen shot below:
2. Next choose which page you want to remove the sidebar. See screen shot below.
3. Here’s the fun and the craziest part that you’ll going to laugh at yourself after. On your editing post mode, take a look at the right side, you’ll see Template with a drop down arrow. Click on it and choose No Sidebar. That’s it!!! See screen shot below:
I’m sure all those who are using Thesis theme will find it very useful and easy to do it. Do let me know if you face any problem achieving this.
Do you have more Thesis theme customization tips to share? Why don’t you write a guest post at Shoutmeloud and share your tips with the world. Hope this help and saves a lot of your time of figuring the simplest way of removing your thesis theme sidebar on certain pages.
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