How do I change the layout of GridMarket?

Hi Everyone,

I love the new FrameMarket/GridMarket themes! Very Cool, Tammie…

I am wondering if there is an easy way to turn-off the sidebars and also change the width of GridMarket: Are there settings someplace, or where do I make a new GridMarket child theme with one column and no sidebar?

Thanks for any advise,


  • Mason
    • DEV MAN’s Sidekick

    Hiya MJ,

    The GridMarket Theme is a child of FrameMarket – which comes with a full-width template.

    If you create a new page, you can change the template to ‘Full Width’.

    Take a look at framemarket/template-fullwidth.php to see the coding for this.


  • twicealive
    • The Incredible Code Injector

    I want to turn-off the sidebars and change the width.

    So you’re implying that it cannot be done using controls inside of the themes.

    If I create a new Child Theme, like GrideMarket2 for example, I am wondering if the sidebars and width are controlled somewhere in this child theme, or somewhere in the Frame Market Theme, or do both need to be changed?



  • Eric G.
    • The Crimson Coder


    You can remove the default sidebar widgets pretty easily in your child theme. Here is a post I helped someone else with before:

    You can control just about anything from the child theme. Anything in that theme replaces the parent theme (well mostly). I would read through the WordPress Codex if you want help understanding child themes.

    Please award points if that helps. Working on my free membership!

  • twicealive
    • The Incredible Code Injector

    Many themes have an ajaxified control panel to turn ON/OFF the left/right sidebars, and to control the width of left/right/main. Since this is an elaborate theme, I thought maybe I could easily control such things from someplace in the back end, that’s what I was asking.

    I can find the functions/theme.php and change the size of the content_width, and I can delete the contents from sidebar.php, but where do I change the width for the entire child theme and where do I remove the get_sidebar(); so I can have a single column narrow theme?



  • Tammie
    • WordPress Wizard

    @eric G .. askers don’t get :slight_smile: Don’t worry if you help you get points no need to ask for them so publically so much :slight_smile:

    @twicealive: Not all themes do that is far more a framework notion. That isn’t something this theme has or even plans to have. You will have to do custom CSS edits to get things like that changed.

  • twicealive
    • The Incredible Code Injector

    Thanks Tammie,

    Your theme framework is very powerful, I really love it.

    I want to make some minor customizations, but there’s a lot to learn and I need some coaching.

    If I start with Gridframe as guide, can you direct me to where I can change the width for the entire child theme and where I can remove the get_sidebar(); so I can have a single column narrow theme?

    Thanks again,


  • Tammie
    • WordPress Wizard

    First up you need to provide a link to your site. Then it’s going to be a case of using a tool like firebug yourself to find new sizes.

    As a rule it would be #content / #sidebar you will be looking at to change.

    Then you do the change in custom.css OR create a new child theme based on grid (our recommendation).

    Here are a few links to get you started:

    And the CSS suggestion to change:



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