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Creating the Custom Homepage
Note: The "Roaming: Live" child theme does not support the Custom Homepage template. Roaming Live was designed to be a simpler version or Roaming, meant for less content. Because of this, the content-driven custom homepage isn’t utilized.
To take full advantage of Roaming, it is important to apply the custom homepage template. To do this, simply create a new page in WordPress called “Home.” Then apply the “Homepage” Page Template. Publish this post. Create a new page called “Blog” leaving the content area blank. Publish this post.
Next, visit the Settings > Reading screen, and where it shows “Front page displays:” Select “a static page.” For the Front Page select box, select the “Home” page. For the Posts Page select the “Blog Page.”
Important: If you are having trouble with this we’ve created a helpful video
Roaming supports simple event oriented posts. These posts allow you to set an event date and time, a location, and a website. To get started adding events, simply visit “Events > Add New.” Add a title to the event, and some more details in the content area. Select an Event Type (more can be added by visiting “Events > Event Types”) and upload a featured image (this will appear in the slider, so it needs to be at least
1290x450px). Then on the top right, select an event date.
Spotlights are normal posts assigned to the category you selected as Spotlights. Simply add a post and assign it to your selected category.
The notice shortcode is used to create a stylized notice box
[notice title="Please Note:"]]Something you should really take note of[[/notice]
title– The (optional) title of the notice box
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