Using the EWU WordPress Blog theme, you are now able to create a WordPress page that spans the entire width of a browser window as well as exclude the traditional EWU-branded header and footer sections included in a standard page. This type of page configuration can be very useful in certain circumstances including calendar displays, Hero pages and contact forms embedded into systems like Canvas just to name a few.
A Typical Page
Below is a standard page that not only includes the site title, site tagline and global footer but also the site navigation and primary sidebar configuration. In most cases, this is beneficial to maintain consistency for the site visitor.
A No Branding Page
The new No Branding template below is very much a barebones structure that only displays the page title and content area.
How To Create A No Branding Page
To illustrate how to create this type of page I have created three simple steps as well as a screenshot to illustrate how easy it is.
- Go to Pages > Add New.
- Give your page a title and content.
- Near the bottom select the full width layout option.
- On the right under Page Attributes select the No Branding template from the dropdown menu.
- Save Draft and preview the page.
If you would rather watch the process on a video, I’ve included a short snippet on how to incorporate this useful option in your WordPress website using the EWU WordPress Blog theme.