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In the Canvas WooTheme you can add custom CSS code.

I need some code to hide the sidebar on all pages (or specific pages if possible). But I need to keep it on all posts.

I don't just want it 'blanked out'. I need it to be completely so that the page width isn't limited by the blank space where the sidebar used to be.

Any ideas??

Thanks, Ben

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closed as off topic by Michael, markratledge, Chris_O, brasofilo, EAMann Jul 23 '12 at 15:13

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Most premium theme shops have their own dedicated support forums for premium (purchased) themes. WooThemes and Canvas are no exception. This question is off-topic for this site and should be asked there instead. – EAMann Jul 23 '12 at 15:13

Woothemes has 2 option for you ...

  • when you add page to choose to hide or show sidebars. enter image description here

  • You can also change the page template from default to full width enter image description here

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