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  • Michael


    Forum Moderator

    in ‘knottydog’ you have set the #page width to a fixed 1000px; in the parent theme style.css (plus possibly other modifications) –
    while in ‘jaynehemm…’ you have left the original max-width: 1000px;

    Thanks, but where did I do this? In the child css?

    Moderator Andrew Nevins


    Front-end developer

    Yep in the Child Theme style.css file



    Forum Moderator

    where did I do this?

    unfortunately, you have edited the style.css of the parent theme Twenty Eleven directly in ‘knottydog’ – this makes it very difficult to re-trace the edits.
    I guess, you might heve removed some of the @media responsive styles to keep the sidebar in its position when viewing on small devices.

    general instructions for customisation in a child theme for keeping the sidebar in its position in small browser screens:

    I have found that the style.css was edited in the KNOTTYDOG.COM site, but for now it works. The style.css is VER 1.5

    The site still does not work. I found that the style.css in this site is VER 1.8

    I compared the two style.css line by line and found the 2 oe three place that the width was changed…BUT I also found considerable changes in the /*RESPONSIVE STRCTURE*/

    It looks like it has been completly redone…SO using style.css VER 1.8 by its self DOES not work
    Adding the child theme with the changes that I thought would work..does not work

    So any ideas what to do to make it work or revert to the old modifyed style.css

    Thanks for any help


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