You’ll find the Page Template Settings section in the first section of the WordPress Customizer at AppearanceCustomize. Page Template Settings provide a way to change settings for the following layouts:
- Blog page
- Date Archives
- Author Archives
- Taxonomy Archives (Categories and Tags)
- Custom Taxonomy Archives (Custom Post Types)
- Not Found (404 Page Not Found)
- Search Results
To make use of the page template settings, navigate to AppearanceCustomizePage Template Settings. The Not Found and Search Results sections will always be visible, the other sections won’t always be visible. Use the Vantage main menu to navigate to the archive page you want to change. For example, to change the blog page layout, navigate to your blog. Once viewing the blog page, a Blog section will appear and the following settings will be available.
Default: Displays the page title, content area and sidebar.
No Sidebar: Displays the page title and content area without the sidebar.
Full Width: Displays the content area without the sidebar at full-screen width.
Full Width, With Sidebar: Displays the content area with the sidebar at full-screen width.
Display the page title.
Include the margin below the masthead (header) of your site. If you’ve already disabled the page title and have a slider or banner at the top of your page then this setting is perfect to make it flush with the menu.
Include the margin above the footer. If you have a banner or slideshow at the bottom of your page then this setting is perfect to make it flush with the footer.
Hide the masthead (header). Perfect for landing pages or one-page websites.
Hide the footer widgets and footer widget area.