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[Resolved] Sidebar background color issue

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  • Hi hanflow,

    It does so, because the css-rule encompasses only the area of the sidebar that has ‘content’ in it.

    Make the following change to line 2402 of the ‘style.css’

    .sidebar #primary, .sidebar #secondary {
        width: 300px;
        height: 7900px; /*added to increase height of sidebar*/
    }

    !!Note: his is a crude way of doing this. Should this page increase in height, you’d need to adjust these values.

    W.P. Ginfo,

    Thanks for your reply. I really appreciate. However, I’ve tried changing the coding to what you provided, but nothing has changed. Maybe there’s something else that needs to be done?

    paulwpxp

    @paulwp

    Font hero

    In the old days, not so old, just before the rise of RWD, you would use a vertical repeat background image to achieve that effect. When it comes to RWD, it’s difficult to do that.

    When you think about it, sidebar should or should not be colored when there is no content in it ?

    Hi hanflow,

    I tried it on your site, so I’m sure it works!
    Make sure you’ve emptied your browsercache.

    http://www.wikihow.com/Clear-Your-Browser%27s-Cache

    You’re absolutely right. Thank you all very much!! This place rules. I love how everyone is so helpful.

    You’re welcome.

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