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Sorry for the slow response. Sadly at this, the theme doesn’t feature any GUI based option to alter the 404-page layout structure out of the box. However, this is undoubtedly in our milestone board and will be coming to the CONJ theme in the future.
Meanwhile, you can completely customize the 404 error page through your child theme by copying over the 404.php file into your child theme and then editing it.
Thank you for taking the time and leave us your feature request.
We are delighted to hear that you value the efforts we have put toward adding new features and abilities to the CONJ theme.
To answer your question, I would like to say that shadow control will be coming to the container block soon.
Meanwhile, I would suggest playing around with the image block, which has received a few new controls such as Lift and Shadow since the latest release.
That is correct. However, I would advise waiting for the theme update, which is scheduled to be released early next week before upgrading to the latest version of WordPress.
WordPress 5.3 has a target release date of November 12, 2019. Once it’s available, the Columns block will support a sliding control in Block settings allowing you to set a custom width for each column.
So glad you are enjoying CONJ!
We are constantly working on improvements, so if you ever see something missing that you want, please let us know.
We track all feature requests.
Sadly at this time, you can toggle the visibility of the template components such as site-header, footer, title, breadcrumbs, and default layout spacing per page (post-type) basis and theme doen’t feature site-wide options for these elements to be removed from the view.
However, have a piece of mind that this is something that we are considering to investigate for future development.
You’re most welcome.
You may remove the temporary fix once the update gets released. Next update should be out before mid October.
Since your question is related to the appearance of your website; please provide a link.
Thanks for your feedback!
I will be happy to add it to our list of feature requests.
Are you referring to adding tabs to your Gutenberg layouts? If so, the block will be coming out soon!
You’re most welcome.
Please reach out with your questions at any time.sajiAugust 29, 2019 at 2:29 pm
you’re most welcome
Thanks for contacting us.
Content of the page consists of a few of core and CONJ PowerPack blocks including the paragraph, fancy heading, preformatted, and Jetpack form block.
In addition to that Table of Contents widget can be used to drill-down through your page content and split the headings with creating a smooth and accessible ready jump effect.
To do this, you need to select the Table of Contents widget by dragging it to the sidebar area and start entering unique HTML anchors for each of your fancy-headings in your page or post content.
The widget will then generate a table of contents in output from the fancy heading blocks used in your document.sajiAugust 19, 2019 at 9:52 pm
We are thrilled that you loved your experience with CONJ.
Please feel free reach out with any further comments, concerns, or suggestions you wish to share.sajiAugust 19, 2019 at 7:14 pm
Thanks for reaching out, and I’m sorry your writing and editing experience was not what you expected.
CONJ is specifically designed to meet WordPress standards, and we did our best to follow what core initially provided to create an extra layer of functionality on top of that.
My recommendation is to take this course by WP101, which might give you a better insight into how things work out of the box.
I would be glad to answer any questions you might have about how to get started with block editor (Gutenberg).