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  • How can I include sidebars in the default 404 page?
    (Working locally, using Twenty Eleven – a child theme.)

    I read this: http://codex.wordpress.org/Creating_an_Error_404_Page
    and it wasn’t useful.

    I’m using two columns, right and left, for which I have “theme support” – so they’re normally activated when I click on “sidebar template” while writing a post.

    But the 404 page doesn’t appear in admin and so I just edit it with notepad ++. But this: <?php get_sidebar(); ?> does nothing if I drop it in…

    There’s another way to call it because there’s a function for the extra sidebar in my functions file…

    Please help.

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