Presentation Page – widgets

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  • #122588

    Hi,

    In Tempera, below the image slider which I’ve got working, there are further rows or areas – one has some default text “Tempera is living on the edge…” etc., and then below that are two rows of three columns each with a kind of image wrap or flip effect. All good.

    Except WHERE are the text and wrap widgets to be found? They display when I publish the page, but I can’t find their content anywhere – not in widgets, not in pages, not in posts….. ?? It’s magic. Default content is appearing in the presentation page, but this content can’t be found anywhere in the admin!

    Where is this content? How do I access it and replace it?

    Thanks

    #123404
    Zed
    Cryout Creations mastermind

    Hi,

    The default content is displayed when there is no other content configured through the options or widgets. If you want to define your own columns, add them and the example ones will simply disappear.
    If you don’t want to use that functionality at all, simply set the presentation page Columns option to disabled.


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    #123565

    Hi Zed,

    That’s fine, I’ve got no problem configuring the widgets…except that the presentation page displays both a full-width text box, and then 3 columns (x 2 rows) of wrap widgets. Is the full-width text a widget?

    If the example text and widgets were visible in my admin I would understand better how the example presentation page is constructed. I think it’s a mistake ‘hiding’ them somewhere. Sure, they’ll disappear once I make my own content. But it’s very curious that the sample material exists at all without any entries in the presentation page or widgets. Where is this sample material, where is it hiding? Maybe I want to get rid of it off my system altogether.

    Don’t get me wrong, I appreciate the sample content and seeing how a presentation page might look. But I don’t think you should hide the magic of how you did it – it might be useful to everyone!

    Thanks.

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