The Page Setup Settings allow you to customize the appearance of an individual page or blog post. This guide will walk you through each setting and how they work.
Access the Page Setup Settings by clicking on the "Pages" tab in your WordPress administration panel and selecting the page you want to edit.
The settings are located under the "Page Setup" tab in the "PageLines Meta Settings" section underneath the page text editor.
Template Setup Overview Refer to the image "Page Setup Settings Overview"
Page Layout Overview Refer to the image "Page Layout Overview"
You probably don't want to use the same layout on every page, so PageLines gives you the option to choose one for any specific page. To choose a layout, click the one you want then click "Save Meta Settings" at the top of the settings.
There may be times when you don't need a certain page section to appear on a specific page. These settings allow you to control which sections display and hide.
Let's say that you have the Twitter bar enabled, but you don't want it to display on one page. Check the box next to "Hide TwitterBar" then click "Save Meta Settings" at the top of the settings.
You may want to add a background image to a specific page without using CSS code. PageLines gives you the ability to add a background and customize its appearance to suit your desires.
This setting allows you to select the Secondary Navigation Menu that appears on a specific page. Click on the dropdown menu, select the menu, and click "Save Meta Settings" at the bottom.