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CherryFramework 4. How to manage posts/pages “Grid Options”

This tutorial shows you how to manage posts/pages Grid Options in CherryFramework 4 templates.

We can consider that there are 3 parts/elements within a page/post. They are: Header, Page Content and Footer. We can manage the layout for each element in the WordPress admin panel.

  1. General grid layout for Pages/Posts:

    1. Log in to WordPress admin panel and go to Cherry > Options.

    2. Header: in Header tab, you can set the grid layout for the Header. There are 2 options for you to select: Wide and Boxed.

      1. Wide: Set the element fullwidth, without left and right margin.

      2. Boxed: Set the element into a container/box with a specific width (pixel value).

      The pixel number can be adjusted in Boxed width field right below the Grid Options

    3. Page Content:

    4. Footer:

  2. Set a different grid layout for a specific post/page:

    1. Open any page/post to edit. In the page editor, go to Screen Options, check the Grid type to turn it on.

    2. Scroll down to see the Grid type. All the pages/posts which have Grid type set as Inherit for all the 3 parts/elements (Header, Content, Footer) have the same grid layout that was set earlier at the Cherry > Options section. See this screenshot:

    3. If you need to get a different grid layout for any post/page, just select the Wide/Boxed option in the Grid Type field under the post/page editor.


      Refresh the page to see the new grid layout.

Feel free to check the detailed video tutorial below:

CherryFramework 4. How to manage posts/pages “Grid Options”
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