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

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    Hi there,

    The theme I’m using (Organization by Oxygen — 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 ( 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.

    The blog I need help with is



    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!!



    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.



    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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