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If a user isn’t logged in and clicks on a post the sidebar isn’t there

  • katzumi

    @katzumi

    If you go to my site http://www.gigipr.com – and click on any post, the sidebar appears beneath the post. It looks fine if the user is logged in.

    Any ideas? THANKS IN ADVANCE

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  • talon39

    @talon39

    Does the problem happen with other themes? Or just the theme your using?

    katzumi

    @katzumi

    Only with that theme.

    katzumi

    @katzumi

    I made changes to my sidebar on the homepage. Instead of text headings, I’m using images. I see that this doesn’t show up in the sidebar when you go to the post detail page. Is there a separate sidebar file for that page?

    katzumi

    @katzumi

    I reverted the widget.php to it’s original state to see if that fixed the problem. It didn’t but at least now everything on the site is how it is by default.

    katzumi

    @katzumi

    🙁 No replies so I’m just gonna replace the template

    levani01

    @levani01

    Your theme has some extra codes for it. I’m not sure but there is no other logical explanation about it. Are you the author of the theme yourself?

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