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As the title suggests, I'd like a page template to have NO navigation and NO footer.

All my page templates have this:

<?php
 /*
   * Template Name: Blah Blah
 */

 if (!defined('ABSPATH'))
  exit; // Exit if accessed directly
 get_header();
 ?>

But if I remove the above code then the entire page won't work.

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  • downvoted and close voted as this will be totally theme dependent. (bravokeyl answer is really the best answer possible but it is only the starting point) Aug 8, 2017 at 7:34

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Don't remove get_header().

Duplicate the header.php to header-{custom-name}.php, let's say (header-nonavfooter.php) then in the template file replace get_header() with get_header('nonavfooter').

In the new header file (header-nonavfooter.php) remove the code related to navigation.

Do the same for the footer.php also(Create a new footer.php and remove the footer parts that you don't need), remember not to remove wp_footer() available in footer.php.

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  • the "get_header('nonavfooter')" idea worked great - but I can't seem to find how and where the footer is called. * sorry - i figured it out :)
    – Henry
    Aug 9, 2017 at 11:42

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