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March 15, 2016 at 3:11 pm #5125adikristyaMember
Dear Acmethemes or anyone,
I currently using AcmeBlog theme for scientiarum.com. Since CSS allows user to do editing some style sheets, I want to know how to customize single post (also known as single.php), from left side into full-width post. I’ve been looking for the tutorial like hours, and didn’t find the correct one. And hopefully, it wouldn’t break any terms and conditions of using Acmethemes. Thanks in advance!
AryaMarch 15, 2016 at 5:27 pm #5128acmethemesKeymaster
Thank you for using our theme AcmeBlog.
We have documentation here https://doc.acmethemes.com/acmeblog/ . Please follow the documentation.
If we understand correctly, your query answer is here https://doc.acmethemes.com/acmeblog/#HowtosetupSidebarLayout.
And you are not breaking any Terms and Condition :). You are free to Use our Free theme, for pro theme you have to pay. You can check pro version AcmeBlogPro here http://www.acmethemes.com/themes/acmeblogpro/
AcmeThemesMarch 16, 2016 at 3:37 pm #5127adikristyaMember
According to the query answer given to me, it’s kind of not helping because I knew it since the first time how to setup sidebar layout (left, right, or none of it). But, what I asked was how to make a single page of post (templates/single-content.php) becoming full-width page (without sidebar). Kind of reading a page of article in Microsoft Word. Pardon my bad English.
Hope it makes sense.
AryaMarch 17, 2016 at 4:36 am #5126acmesupportsModerator
We think we understand your question now. We have this options on AcmeBlogPro. You can manage sidebar on individual post and page. Please view our pro version demo. https://demo.acmethemes.com/acmeblogpro/blog/2015/11/03/coffee-time/
There are lots of additional features available on our premium version of it. Please check our AcmeBlogPro theme. http://www.acmethemes.com/themes/acmeblogpro/
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