Support » Theme: Senses Lite » A right sidebar fall to the bottom of a page

  • Resolved ilcolore

    (@ilcolore)


    Hi, there.
    I have a problem of widgets. I want to make a rightsidebar display next to the contenttop1 (”NEW POST” which is added by plugin ”Recent Posts Widget Extended”) on the home of my website. But when opening a top page, a rightsidebar fall to the bottom of a page under the contenttop1 widget. What should I do to solve this problem? By the way, I became to be able to use PHP a little.

    Please check my website!
    http://aya-nakazato.com/

    The enter password is: test12345

    Thank you.

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  • Theme Author Shaped Pixels

    (@shaped-pixels)

    Can I get you to disable your right click so I can use my browser tools to find out why by looking at source code for the elements?

    Thread Starter ilcolore

    (@ilcolore)

    Oh, I’m sorry.
    I disabled a plugin, so please check my website again!

    Theme Author Shaped Pixels

    (@shaped-pixels)

    Sorry for late reply, but thanks for disabling the right click. So from what I see, your page is using the default page template which is a right sidebar column layout. You currently have widgets published to the content top 1 sidebar position, which is the content we see at the top of the page. Then, we see widgets published to the Page right sidebar position, but you have no actual content (by typing it in the editor) published, so it gives the appearance your right sidebar is floating downward.

    The problem here is that you created a page with no content, but using the content top sidebars which are above the main content and above the left and right sidebar positions. So everything is positioned correctly.

    The demo site for Emotions Lite should help provide you with the available layouts.

    http://demos.shapedpixels.com/senses-lite/sidebar-positions/

    Thread Starter ilcolore

    (@ilcolore)

    Ohh, I see!!
    It was my fault.
    Thanks to you, I was able to found cause.

    Thank you always!

    Theme Author Shaped Pixels

    (@shaped-pixels)

    No worries… what is important is that we know what it was.

    Cheers,
    Andre

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