@pitaj Thanks. I just noticed this setting now, although I have looked at this settings page many times)
What is mean by the html template: no-widget-class and no-widget-target
Could anybody tell me meaning of those templates? thanks in advance.
These properties are used to apply a special class when no widgets are in the target area.
<div class="col-lg-9" no-widget-class="col-lg-12" no-widget-target="sidebar">Main content</div> <div widget-area="sidebar" class="col-lg-3"></div>
For example, here the main content area normally has class
col-lg-9(width 75%) and the sidebar has class
col-lg-3(width 25%). But if there are no widgets in the sidebar, the main content area is instead given the class
Thanks! I understand it. to control whether there should be a widget, I can go to extends -> widgets to set them.
Is it possible to have 2 no-widget-target?
@Bruce-Lee In this situation, I create two containers, one container that includes the left sidebar and the main content, and another container that contains the first container and the right sidebar.
@yariplus Thanks, got your idea!