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how to move the sidebar to the left?

  • I’d like the sidebar to be on the left of the screen, in stead of the right. I looked into wp-layout.css, but can’t seem to find the right lines to edit.
    Anyone know which to edit to make the sidebar move to the left?
    Boneless
    http://www.boneless.nl/aa/

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  • In #menu, change the
    right:2px;
    to
    left:2px;
    then in #header, alter the second and last padding numbers to get your title where you want.
    http://www.tamba2.org.uk/wordpress/graphicalcss

    thanks, it worked. And I even found the way to move the text to the right as well (www.boneless.nl/aa).
    Now maybe you can help some more:
    i’d like a byline with the header (same as at http://www.boneless.nl)
    Do you know how to do this?
    Thanks!
    And I also like to know in which file the names for the days and months are to be found, so I can translate them into dutch.
    Thanks for helping out!
    boneless

    Byline……
    I use css for the quote on my blog – would that be any good ?
    And the days / months are in wp-includes/locale.php 🙂

    Thanks, I adjusted locale.php
    But I don’t know what you mean about the byline.
    Could you please explain more?

    I opened the CSS for my theme, which is WordPress Default, and there is no #menu class?

    oh wait, I found the code

    #sidebar
    {
    padding: 20px 0 10px 0;
    margin-left: 545px;
    width: 190px;
    }

    However, if I change the margin-left to margin-right it doesn’t appear correctly, obviously becausee everything is set for the right side, what else do I need to change?

    Thanks

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