Hi, I am using the Skeleton theme, and there is a link which is located near, but not at, the top of the web page I am working on. It is not in an editable field and I cannot see how to remove it. This link is located below an editable field. Is there a way to remove this link? (First problem)
Second problem, when I look at the page as a member of the public, I can see dotted lines around three sections: one is a section where editable text will go, a second section contains the login link (of course, I want to keep that), and a third section that is NOT editable. I would like the dotted lines to disappear from the first two sections, and I would like to make the third section go away completely. I have a screenshot to share.
Third problem, when I look at the page as a member of the public, I see the headline "Welcome to Your Typesetter Powered Site!" and all the text that comes after that headline. The strange thing is, when I log in to edit the page, that headline and all that text disappears, but I do see some text that I typed at some point in time. What have I done wrong? How do I fix the problem?
It would be great if I could start all over with a completely clear web page. Is there a way to do that? (Technically not a problem, but it would make my job easier.)
Thank you in advance!
Problem 1: Sounds like the main menu.
Problem 2: "I have a screenshot to share". Would be helpful. You can upload it to the forum via the 'image' button in the editor.
Problem 3: Your page is not published. Once you edit the content, it will become a 'Working Draft' only visible to logged-in admins unless you hit 'Publish Draft' (the teal button in the top bar)
It would be great if I could start all over with a completely clear web page.
No title, no menu, no content to edit, … sidebar, footer? Nothing?
Hmm, nobody ever asked for that. This would be a very minimalistic theme.
You would have to add all these areas yourself. Nothing a new user would normally want.
But it's possible, basically.
This would be the almost cleanest possible theme
Unpack it and copy the folder 'CleanTheme' to your Typesetter installation root into the /themes folder.
After that you can activate it via Admin Toolbox -> Appearance -> Available Themes -> Clean Theme 1.0 -> minimalistic
But I warn you, unless you uncomment some lines in template.php, it is, well, really clean.
Thank you for the fast reply! I published the page and all the unwanted text disappeared.
I hope I successfully uploaded an image to show you what I am writing about in regards to the unwanted link (circled in red), the unwanted section (also circled in red), and the dotted lines around three sections. (Actually, the dotted lines now seem to be just solid gray lines.)
I should have explained why I want a minimalist theme in my first email. I am using Typesetter to create a weekly bulletin for an organization. A hard copy of the bulletin will be available to people, but the bulletin will also be available via the organization's web site. The web site is based on a template we bought, and I want to maintain the appearance provided by the template on each page. So, I am using <iframe></iframe> tags within a template-based web page to show the bulletin. The bulletin itself will be a Typesetter-based web page (not to be seen by the public) that will be accessed by me (the web master) and the editor of the bulletin who happens to be technophobic. In this way, the editor can bookmark the Typesetter-based page to easily find and edit the bulletin, while web site visitors will see the template-based page, which will have a section showing the bulletin.
My desire for a completely clear Typesetter-based web page is because all I need are two editable sections, each with a unique table and some text. All the links I need are supplied by the template-based web page, not the bulletin.
many, many thanks,
Unfortunately your image doesn't show up in your last post.
For loading Typesetter pages into an <iframe>: If you use the query parameter [your.typesetter.url/page]?gpreq=body in the iframe src you will only get the content area of the Typesetter page. Therefore you can have a navigation, footer, sidebar, you name it, in the regular view your editor will use.
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