All Excluded In Options Explained for Sections in Nexter Builder

All Excluded In Options Explained for Sections in Nexter Builder

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Layout

You must be working on the Sections option of Nexter Builder. Which having options for Header, Footer, Breadcrumb and Hooks. So, Let’s dive into depth for this.

1. Standard

Here is a list of all standard Options of WordPress Structure.

If you select this option, Your selected Template will be hidden on the whole website.
If you select this option, Your selected Template will be hidden on All Singular Pages of the Website.

What’s the meaning of singular in WordPress’s Own Words?

Read Here(1)(https://developer.wordpress.org/reference/functions/is_singular)

Read Here(2)(https://codex.wordpress.org/Post_Type_Templates)

Read More (3)(​​https://wphierarchy.com) It means, All single post pages of all Custom Post Types you have or you will create in future.
If you select this option, Your selected Template will be hidden on All Archive Pages of the Website.

What’s the meaning of Archive in WordPress’s Own Words?

Read Here(1) (https://codex.wordpress.org/Creating_an_Archive_Index#The_Archives_Page )

Read More(2) https://wphierarchy.com It means, All archive pages of your website will have the above template hidden.

2. Default Pages

Here is a list of all default pages of WordPress Structure.

Page you select as a home page from WordPress Settings. Know More (https://wordpress.org/support/article/creating-a-static-front-page/#how-to-create-a-static-front-page )
Page you select as a Blog Posts listing page from WordPress Settings. Know More (https://wordpress.org/support/article/creating-a-static-front-page/ )
Page you select for your Date related archive pages like Year Archive, Month Archive and Day Archive. More Info(https://wphierarchy.com)
Page you select for Archive page of all Authors.
This will be the search results page. Read More https://wordpress.org/support/article/creating-a-search-page/ 
This will select a template for the website’s 404 page.

3. Date & Time

Here is a list of options related to hiding your template based on Date & Time-related options. Currently, It has the option to hide based on Days of Week. More coming soon.

1) Day of Week

4. Visitor Sources

You can hide different templates based on the source of visitors. It has various options such as Operating system of visitors, Web Browser, Login Status of User, and User Role.

1) Operating System

2) Browsers

3) Login Status

4) User Roles

5) Specific Pages/Posts

When you type two or more characters so you can hide the Nexter template or post what you created.

5. Posts

It will hide templates based on different options related to WordPress Posts. Here you can hide templates based on Categories, Tags, Post Singulars, Post Archive pages and so on.

6. Pages

Using this option you can hide templates on all pages of a website.

7. Landing Pages

Using this option you can hide templates on all landing pages of a website.

8. Plus Mega Menu

Using this option you can hide templates on all plus Menu of a website.

9. Particular Posts/Pages/Taxonomies, etc.

You can search any post, page, category, tag or anything else by typing its name and you can select that to include for a template for visibility.

Note

The above options are applicable to exclude your template. It has ample opportunity to customize your site in multiple ways. The same options are available for Include Options as well in Nexter Builder.

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