Need to *override* the PAGE TEMPLATE class but can't find its definition

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  • #1408600

    lizstinson3
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    Hi there,

    The theme I’m using (Organization by Oxygen — http://theme.wordpress.com/themes/organization/) has a HOME PAGE TEMPLATE that I’m using for my homepage. That template includes blog posts on my homepage, which I would like to omit. I believe that if I could override the class associated with this template THEN I could change its structure (namely, remove the section containing blog posts).

    <body class=”home page page-id-1848 page-template page-template-template-home-php logged-in admin-bar no-customize-support custom-background typekit-enabled organization-singular organization-relative-text mp6 highlander-enabled highlander-light”>

    But – I can’t find the class (“page-template-template-home-php“) when I “View Source” on my homepage (http://lizstinsoncoaching.com/). Any idea where else to look for it? And, if I do find it, will I be able to do what I want via CSS override? (I have purchased the Custom Design upgrade.)

    Many thanks in advance.
    Liz

    The blog I need help with is lizstinsoncoaching.com.

    #1408714

    lizstinson3
    Member

    Forget it! I figured it out.

    Here is what worked:

    .bottom { visibility:hidden; }

    Since all of the content I wanted to omit fell within a section using the “bottom” class. Thanks! yay!!

    #1408798

    jcasta
    Member

    Consider using:

    .row .homepage.bottom {
      display: none;
    }

    That way you don’t get all that empty space between the body and footer. Quick read about the differences.

    #1408814

    lizstinson3
    Member

    Boy, so super awesome. LOVE the suggestion. Thank you, hon!

    I’m loving the new learning in this too (I am a total CSS newbie).

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