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OK thank you for your honesty. I figured your home page on this theme is not SEO friendly and costing me business. I have an SEO team working on my site now and they are going to have to make a new static home page to replace this one or I change my theme.
Thank you but I’m not sure you understand the problem. If you do a Google Search for “https://twinbytes.ca” my home page does not show up, only the other pages. Why does my home page not show in Google search?
Thank you. I did have Yoast SEO already with the title filled out by Snippet Variables automatically but there was no meta description. I manually typed in a title and filled out the Meta Description. I’ll have to wait and see if it shows up eventually if it’s really that simple.
I guess that’s somewhat helpful. I’ll try it.
P.S. I still don’t get notifications by email even though I have it checked saying “Notify me of follow-up replies via email”. I only remembered to come back over 2 weeks later to check for your reply.
Thank you, that worked. Originally you left out the step to edit the articles page and select “Blog – Right sidebar”. That was what I needed.
It looks great now!
I’m happy to say there is excellent service on this theme so far and fast replies. The only issue is even though I have “Notify me of the follow-up replies via email” I never get email notifications from your site.
I don’t feel comfortable providing access to my website but my question I think is fairly simple. It sounds like it is possible to do, however I just need to know how.
My new site is now live. Currently my home page is http://www.twinbytes.ca showing the slider and top 4 boxes. The problem is my blog/articles page http://www.twinbytes.ca/articles also shows the slider and top 4 boxes.
How do I leave the home page how it is but remove only the slider and top 4 boxes from my blog/articles page?
That worked, but unfortunately it also wiped out my list of articles. I want to make sure my blog posts show on my \articles page so it seems I have to keep it set to static so I can specify where the posts appear. I put it back the way it was for now. Is there another way of fixing this so I can keep my blog posts in my specifically designated page?
That removes it from my home page and blog page. I only want to remove it from my blog page ‘`https://mainword.twinbytes.ca/articles
- This reply was modified 3 years, 5 months ago by Daniel. Reason: i don't want links to this page as it's supposed to be hidden under construction
I’m still unclear on this. It is only allowing one line of code and says “Set class for this section.” It’s not problem since I don’t seem to need it but maybe it’s something I could use if I understood what to use it for.
This is under the “Sections” tab not the “Basic settings” tab.
Great, that worked. Thanks. I just need to play with the background and color combination to get something that has the perfect contrast.
My details are irrelevant on this question. I just want to learn more about what “Section CSS Class” is for and how do I find what codes to put in? I can’t find information on this on your website anywhere.
P.S. I have checked below “notify me of follow-up replies via email” and I never got an email that you replied. I just came on here to check just incase and I found replies. Maybe you want to check the follow up feature is working on your website.
The website is under construction temporarily located at https://mainword.twinbytes.ca
I see under basic settings you can change section title color but that affects all sections. I want to change font color for section title and section text for just the one section.
The example is the section on “Disaster Planning” has a picture background which white text would work better than black text. Ofcourse I can’t use white text on every section because other sections are white backgrounds.
how can I change just that one section?