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Hey does anyone know how to remove that right columm side bar from the new pages created in the admin section?

Essentially i just want a blank page with just the top nav.

Does anyone know what the template file is that generates these new pages (so I can add my own classes and css)


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    Hi again Rafalny,

    Here again what I did.. Still in pligg.tpl, change to this after where the breacrumb file is included -->

    {if $pagename neq "page"}

    {include file=$the_template"/breadcrumb.tpl"}


    Again, I find for now (as I'm learning Pligg), I consider these like quick fixes. Hope it helps.

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    Again worked like a charm, just the small fix I need! Thanks mnault!

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    Perfect, I see what you did, worked exactly how I needed it to! thanks!

    Another question, any idea how to remove the breadcrumbs from all new pages created?

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    Hi!.. I'm not an expert ..yet :)

    But here's how I did this:

    In file --> pligg.tpl,

    right after --> {checkActionsTpl location="tpl_pligg_columns_start"}, put --> "$pagename neq "page" &&" in the conditional to include it. But with this fix, every new page will not contain the right sidebar.

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