I am also trying to customize the theme so any help would be grateful.. I guess you have to modify the css and add a sidebar section, an then add another <div class=”sidebar”>. I am not very experienced in web programming though. The theme does not have a sidebar.php function. If anyone is more experienced it should not be that hard to do
yeah I was just experiencing and see if it works, not sure how much it the <div class=”sidebar”> helps though. A little lazy to remove it.
Anyway, I downloaded the theme’s files and renamed the sidebar-footer.php to sidebar.php, and then I searched in other files to remove footer from the sidebar-footer too. I added
<?php get_sidebar(); ?>in the header.php (as the 2nd last line) and in the css I have
position: absolute;under widget.
I have modified the files so many times I can’t really keep track of other changes..
It is not that simple. you have to add css elements for the list and the divs, and then check the code to see which div is inside which. I believe it is not correct to modify the header.php file. Maybe we should check this first and then perform any changes. I have made some progress and managed to add a sidebar but I haven’t aligned the divs properly. Right now it is just a matter of css. I wrote a new sidebar.php with the following contents:
if ( is_active_sidebar( 'main-sidebar' ) ) :?> <ul id="sidebar-main" class="xoxo widget-area" role="complementary"> <?php dynamic_sidebar( 'main-sidebar' ); ?> </ul>
You also have to add it to the functions.php
// This is the main sidebar, next to the posts column. register_sidebar( array( 'name' => __('Main Sidebar', 'candid'), 'id' => 'main-sidebar', 'description' => __( 'The sidebar next to the main content', 'candid' ), ) );
You also have to register the css attributes and then I included it in the footer.php (which sucks, it is surely wrong coding style). I haven’t figured out the css yet. Hope that helps.
Actually I just wanted to move the footer area’s widget to become my sidebar. I didn’t want the footer widget area at all anyway, and I didn’t want to “add a new sidebar”. Anyway, what I did worked for me so it’s okay. 🙂
I am also struck with the same problem! But I am not able solving it. Can you please give me your pink-touch-customized template folder as a zip.
Thanks you in advance
Hey, anyone can help? ;/
I really want to have a sidebar on this theme
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