I have been attempting to duplicate my shopify theme on our wordpress installation – using WP as the blog platform rather than shopify:
I am running into issues with the sidebar, as it is displaying in the footer of the theme.
Maybe I have been looking at this too long and missing the easy fix?
Any help/feedback is appreciated!
I’m sorry but as you appear to be using a commercial theme, you need to seek support from the theme’s developer/vendor. We do not support commercial products here.
Actually, the WP theme I am using is Twenty Ten, which is one of the default themes that comes installed on wordpress.
Anyone else know what may fix this issue?
I have made direct edits to the template files and CSS — rather, I probably should have implemented a child theme / css plugin.
there is hardly a trace of the original Twenty Ten in the code 🙁
you seem to have build some html validation errors into your theme;
fixing the errors might also fix the sidebar problem…
Thanks for the feedback. I’ve cleared up all errors and it appears to be validating now — unfortunately, I am still seeing the issue. The sidebar continues to display in the footer. Very frustrating..
you seem to be closing the div .row too early (before the sidebar) and not having a .span3 in the sidebar div;
from the html output in the browser – change this section’s related code in your templates:
</div> <!-- /.span9 articles --> </div> <!-- /blog--> <div id="primary" class="widget-area" role="complementary">
</div> <!-- /.span9 articles --> <div id="primary" class="widget-area span3" role="complementary">
(not widely tested)
the problem seems to be with the html structure of your edits – not really WordPress related.
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