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.
There are three ways to access the Page Setup settings. Those depend on which type of page you are trying to change.
You can change the Page Setup settings of an individual Blog Post by simply editing the post. The Page Setup should appear inside the "PageLines Meta Settings" window underneath the blog text editor. If for some reason it's not there, click "Screen Options" and make sure the "PageLines Meta Settings" box is checked.
You can also change the Page Setup settings of a regular page. Go to the page you want to change and click "Edit Page." Inside the "PageLines Meta Settings" window, you will see the "Page Setup" tab followed by any active/inactive Section tabs.
The third method is for changing the Page Setup settings for the pages that don't handle meta data:
Blog Page, Archive Page, Category Page, Search Results, Tag Listing Author Posts, & 404 Pages -otherwise known as "Special Pages."
To change the Page Setup settings of any of the "Special Pages," expand the "PageLines" tab from your WordPress Administration Panel & click "Meta." Select the type of Special Page you want to change & click the "Page Setup" tab.
Page Layout Overview Refer to the image "Page Layout Overview"
You may not want to use the same layout on every page, so PageLines gives you the option to choose one for any specific post or 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.