Homepage configuration

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  • #12148

    Surya
    Participant
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    @surya1

    Hello, I recently purchased your theme. https://flatalley.com/ The current homepage looks a bit off. How can I restore it to your theme’s default homepage here: https://intranet.cera-theme.com/home/? Thanks!

    #12184

    Olivier
    Moderator
    • 1801 Posts
    @themosaurusrex
    Themosaurus Support

    Hi @surya1,

    Thank you for reaching out ! 🙂

    When you wrote:

    The current homepage looks a bit off. How can I restore it to your theme’s default homepage here: https://intranet.cera-theme.com/home/?

    Can you tell me what is missing exactly? I don’t see anything wrong except for the missing members and groups.

    The demo BuddyPress members, activities and groups are never included with our themes as those needs to be created by yourself or your registered users, which explains why you haven’t been able to import these data properly.

    If you wish to go further and import dummy BuddyPress user data, I suggest that you install and activate the following plugin:

    BuddyPress Default Data

    Please note that this plugin hasn’t been updated for a while now. If you decide to try it, make sure to create a backup of your website just in case.

    Kindest regards,

    #12208

    Surya
    Participant
    • 22 Posts
    @surya1

    Thanks for the quick response Oliver! I am so sorry, I was not able to see the Cera theme homepage due to my cache. It looks all good now.

    Thanks for the tip on dummy data. I’ll take a look.

    Is there a way I can hide the left navigation bar on the homepage and make it visible to logged in members only?

    Also, I am not sure if your theme has a feature to create admins within the community? i.e. someone can manage knowledge base, documents etc without having access to the WordPress backend. Perhaps there is a plugin to do this?

    Thank you!

    #12222

    Olivier
    Moderator
    • 1801 Posts
    @themosaurusrex
    Themosaurus Support

    Hi @surya1,

    To control the visibility of your menu items, it seems that the best solutions around are the following plugins:

    However, please note that neither of these plugins has been tested or integrated with our product. So, we can’t guarantee that everything will work as expected, even though we believe there shouldn’t be any issues as they mostly appear in the WP admin.

    Also, this will not hide the vertical navigation from the unregistered users but it change the menu contained. If you wish to hide it entirely, please tell me and I will provide a CSS snippet to do so.

    Finally, please note that we’re glad to answer any question related with the setup of our theme.

    However, it very difficult for us to provide the best support possible and to keep track of issues and their resolution if you so many questions in the same topic.
    Moreover, it’s easier for us to share the resolution for a single issue with other members of our community facing the same problem.

    So, could you move your other questions into different topics? 🙂
    By doing this, you will be making a great contribution to this forum, and we thank you very much for that!

    Best regards,

    #12258

    Surya
    Participant
    • 22 Posts
    @surya1

    Hi Oliver,

    Thanks for sharing those plugins. I’ll check it out.

    I am hoping to hide the vertical navigation tool from unregistered users irrespective of the page they are viewing. Could you please share the CSS snippets to do so?

    Noted on dedicated forum threads 🙂

    Cheers,

    #12361

    Surya
    Participant
    • 22 Posts
    @surya1

    Hi Oliver, any update on the above?

    #12383

    Olivier
    Moderator
    • 1801 Posts
    @themosaurusrex
    Themosaurus Support

    Hi @surya1,

    Sorry for the late reply. We have been looking for the best way to do this. Everything takes more time with COVID-19 situation as we’re currently understaffed.

    I’ve just posted a very similar solution in another topic:

    Sidemenu conditions.

    It seems like its addressing the same issue. Could you give this a try and keep me updated please ?

    Thank you ! 🙂

    #12437

    Surya
    Participant
    • 22 Posts
    @surya1

    Hi Oliver,

    That’s alright. I don’t think your solution is sufficient since the code snippet is to change the layout of the nav menu on homepage, but I would like to hide the nav menu on the homepage altogether.

    I tried using the suggested plugins too. But no luck. Could you please assist?

    #12439

    Surya
    Participant
    • 22 Posts
    @surya1

    Hi Oliver,

    I managed to get this sorted after changing the navigation menu position and using the below css code. But looks like the login menu is hidden too now. Which I am hoping shouldn’t be an issue if I can include login option through body text / button. I’ll reach out if I have further questions.

    /**
    * Hide the primary navigation menu items on Homepage.
    */
    .home .navbar-collapse {
    display: none !important;
    }

    #12457

    Olivier
    Moderator
    • 1801 Posts
    @themosaurusrex
    Themosaurus Support

    Hi @surya1,

    If I’m not mistaken, this seems to be applied to your Homepage whether users are logged in or not. Could you confirm that this will solve your issue anyway ?

    Thank you.

    #12477

    Surya
    Participant
    • 22 Posts
    @surya1

    Yep, that should be fine, thanks!

    #12519

    Olivier
    Moderator
    • 1801 Posts
    @themosaurusrex
    Themosaurus Support

    OK, that’s great!

    Cheers,

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