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  • I’m currently using “WordPress 1.5-beta-1 2005-01-03” nightly – and using the included Kubrick 2 column theme.

    I’m trying to create a 1 column layout (no sidebar menu)

    Once I make that change, I would then like to have the right sidebar menu appear on its own separate page and then be able to access that page from a link in a navigation menu bar – I’ve tried several different ways of cutting and pasting the code but can’t seem to get the proper code in place to create the effect.

    Can someone who knows about coding like php includes etc, help me out and suggest how I can accomplish this ??


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  • Try…

    <div align=”right”></div> or trying using CSS. 🙂

    I had this problem with Kubrick aligning something to the right so give that a try.

    XeroCool – you read my post wrong – I don’t want to move it around on the same page – I want to take the sidebar off the page completely and put it on its own separate page all by itself – so that all the items that are in the sidebar will appear on a separate page

    I believe it’s a php include coding issue – not a positioning issue

    Thanks for your response anyways

    I’m not sure if this is the best solution for your need but I believe that can be done.

    1. Cut and paste the sidebar content and save it as mysidebar.php.

    2. Open your page that suppose to hold your new sidebar content.

    3. Use include command to call mysidebar.php.

    Example: <?PHP include (“mysidebar.php”); ?>

    I am using this for all static pages in my site.


    I tried that Arzel

    I’ve tried a few different ways but every time I try and access the page I get an error when the page looks for the header file and I don’t know how to get around that

    That could be due to wrong path to your header.php. Look for the <?PHP include (“header.php”); ?> in your page that holds the sidebar content. If you still can’t fix it, email your files to arzelyusop at gmail dot com, let me see if I can help you.

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