Como quitar el sidebar de una sola pagina en Wordpress

Using a page template

Creating a page template is actually pretty easy, and lets you apply a different layout to a set of pages:

  • make a copy of page.php (the default page template) and name it something like "page-nosidebar.php"


  • edit the newly created file and add the following lines at the very top of the file so that WordPress knows about the template:

Código PHP:
<?php
/*
Template Name: Page with no sidebar
*/
?>
  • at the bottom of the file, remove the lines which include the sidebars you do not want to show up, i.e. either sidebar.php or sidebar2.php or both.
    • If you want to hide only the first sidebar (it could be on the left or on the right of your content column, depending on the options you set in the theme options page), remove the "include (TEMPLATEPATH . '/sidebar.php')" line
    • If you want to hide only the other sidebar, remove both the "include (TEMPLATEPATH . '/sidebar2.php')" line, AND the condition right above it
    • If you want to hide both sidebars, you can delete the whole if block, leaving only the "get_footer()" call


For reference, here is what the default sidebars calls look like in Mandigo as of version 1.34:
Código PHP:
<?php
    
// if we have at least one sidebar to display & if we chose to display sidebars in single post view
    
if (!get_option('mandigo_nosidebars') && get_option('mandigo_always_show_sidebars')) {
        include (
TEMPLATEPATH '/sidebar.php');

        
// if this is a 3-column layout
        
if (get_option('mandigo_1024') && get_option('mandigo_3columns'))
            include (
TEMPLATEPATH '/sidebar2.php');
    }

    
get_footer(); 
?>
That's it!
Once this is done, you can assign the new template to new and existing pages from the Write Page section in the WordPress dashboard.



Fuente: http://wiki.onehertz.com/WordPress/M...articular_page