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Thesis Classic Full-Width

** Update **
This skin is no longer needed as of Thesis 2.0.1. You can now import full-width data into the Thesis Classic skin via the Manager, which you can download here (make sure you only upload the txt file to the manager)

Here’s a “quick and dirty” Full-Width version of the Classic Thesis skin for anyone looking for a full-width starting point.

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  • Holly October 27, 2012, 1:28 pm

    Yes, I would like to start from full width. I did view this theme on my test site and it was just a blank screen, all my “stuff” disapeeared when I previewed. Are there directions for this on the forums? Thanks, Holly

  • Tim Milligan October 27, 2012, 1:30 pm

    There are: http://diythemes.com/forums/showthread.php?79323-Thesis-2-Classic-Full-Width-Skin. This skin is no longer needed as Thesis Classic now has the ability to import/export settings so you can just import the full-width settings into the Thesis Classic skin.

  • Aorachon December 25, 2012, 4:31 pm

    Help. I’m trying to work out to to have caitern posts without sidebars whilst retaining them for normal posts.This code seems to be at the very heart of Thesis. But I cannot see a way manipulating this code in order to use a custom template for a post.Even using kristarella’s advice doesn’t help (I think?) because the thesis_hook_custom_template will only work on pages with the way the if{} else{} statements have been written.The first statement appears to set the page_template for posts. After searching the WordPress reference pages I can’t see what this $page_template will be set to or how I can influence it:if (is_page()) {global $post;$page_template = get_post_meta($post->ID, _wp_page_template’, true);}The next statements relies on $page_template being set to one of the Page templates, so even if I create a Post template it will be ignored and sidebars will be entered on my page.if ($page_template == no_sidebars.php’ || $page_template == post_no_sidebars.php’) {echo . \n ;thesis_content_column();echo . \n ;}else {echo . \n ;if ($page_template == custom_template.php’)thesis_hook_custom_template();elsethesis_columns();echo . \n ;}I started writing a function but quickly realised that a) I don’t know where/how I’d run it and b) even if I could it would have no affect because of the code above.Surely this can’t be right?Does anyone know if there is a way to hook into this in an elegant manner, as I’ve found nothing after numerous searches on Google?Or is the only way to hack the core code?Thanks in advance.Pat

  • Tim Milligan December 25, 2012, 4:36 pm

    Pat, No clue why you posted that question here but the filter you’re looking for is thesis_show_sidebars.

    In the future I’d highly recommend posting this type of question the DIYThemes Forums instead.