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  • Good Guy


    You need to contact the theme maker because we don’t have access to premium themes.

    Good luck.

    Oh, too bad! I’m using a free theme and have access to all the css/php files so let me know if anyone can lend a hand!

    Good Guy


    It is not free. I went to this link and it wants me to pay:

    Colorway v3 – WordPress Responsive Theme

    Your About page hasn’t got any sidebars AFAICS but other pages have the side bar on the right-side of the window.

    Ah, thank you. I’m using Colorway Lite. The other pages are using a different template. I like the graphic squares and banner on the home page template, which is why I’m trying to add a sidebar there instead of switching to the other template that all the other pages are using.

    Your homepage layout is a full-width layout. So the widget area in CSS is designed to view in the middle as a content.
    If you want to show the sidebar on the right [as in other pages] then you have to edit your left portion to less the width to fit the sidebar on the right. It’s completely a CSS work.

    HI Mayeenul is right u need to work bit in theme css.

    you can do following changes to your themes/colorway/style.css

    you just need to add
    1. TAKE A BACKUP OF style.css important
    2. search for ” .content-wrapper .content-info “
    3. add
    float: right;
    width: 300px; will look like
    .content-wrapper .content-info {
    margin-bottom: 20px;
    float: right;
    width: 300px;

    5. update the css

    Thanks sasmitainfo! It appears on the right side now. It moved some of the boxes out of order but I’ll play with it to see if I can put it back!

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