1. Mel
  2. SP Page Builder 3.x
  3. Sunday, 05 July 2020
Hi,

I have created a landing/squeeze page whereby I only want the SPPagebuilder module to display (no menu, footer etc.). I have a template which has only one position for my module (header etc. all removed)

I have it almost complete except I can't get rid of the body, which displays a white block at the bottom of the page. How do I hide this on my landing page only?

I am using a 3rd party template, so the font family, font weight don't seem to work in the SPPagebuilder module. Is there a way with css to get it to used my preferred font family, font weight? If yes, what would be the structure of the css?

Kind regards
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Hi,
It's a question beyond JoomShaper products (SSPB module is still a module), typical Joomla question, but I will give you tips.

You have two options at least:
1) You can publish an empty article, with disabled title and all typical elements (hide from settings)
Then Module can be published below or above article depends on what module positions you have
OR
The module can be placed inside the article using Joomla core plugin named "Content - Load Modules"

2) Or you can install Blank Component which should be set as a menu item, it displays nothing.
  1. more than a month ago
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Is there a way with CSS to get it to use my preferred font family, font-weight?

Yes, but we don't teach CSS here. You have at least 100 books about this and 1000+ internet tutorials in every language you need. So no excuses anymore.


.ClassName {
font-size: 24px;
font-weight: 700;
font-family: Arial, sans-serif;}


Read: https://www.joomshaper.com/blog/which-line-of-css-i-have-to-edit-code-inspector-in-action
+
Watch: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9ksLij2oMe4
  1. more than a month ago
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Hi Paul,

thanks for this and for the links.

I am ok with css it was just that the custom css was not changing so thought it may have needed something special in pagebuilder.

Kind regards
  1. more than a month ago
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Using CSS styles inside template CSS to control fonts it would be easier.
Even fonts would load faster, because you would choose only selected weight
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