On the 404 page are some preset widgets displayed, below the searchform. I don’t want these widgets so I removed them from 404.php.
My footer widgets are not displayed on 404 page, how can I display my widgets in footer?
And even more important, how can I display sidebar on 404 page? I added ‘get_sidebar’ in 404.php but it’s displayed below the preset widgets now. So I changed width in css file, but without result..
Please help me.
look into footer.php, why the footer widgets are not shown in the 404 page.
the rest is a pure css formatting issue; you will need to create a few new styles in style.css of the child theme, to correct the
.error404styles from the Twenty Eleven parent theme.
this will depend on your theme layout option settings.
please post a link to your site for further suggestions.
I removed line ‘if ( ! is_404() )’ from footer.php + all data about error404 widgets from CSS file, so my widgets are displayed on 404 page now.
Alignment of 404 message/searchform and sidebar is still not correct, even when I delete all data about searchform + 404 page from CSS file… So tips are welcome :-).
I don’t have a weblink right now, my site’s running local.
Removed ‘<div class=”entry-content”>’ from footer.php and added ‘<?php get_sidebar(); ?>’ in footer.php.
Besides this fooled around with css a little and it’s done.
I now have 404 page with my own footer widgets and sidebar!
And even more important, how can I display sidebar on 404 page?
I’m also struggling to do this.
@alchymyth, my child theme for twenty eleven uses 2 sidebars which are brought about by code in functions.php.
How do I include/call them?
<?php get_sidebar(); ?>does nothing…
And because I cannot edit the 404.php as I would edit a post, it’s not possible to simply specify to use “sidebar template” – which would ordinarily secure 2 sidebars in place.
I had same problem and I’ve resolved in this way:
in the 404.php insert this code where you want to make display your sidebar:
<?php // Custom widget Area Start if ( !function_exists('dynamic_sidebar') || !dynamic_sidebar('Left sidebar - 2') ) : ?> <?php endif; // Custom widget Area End ?>
Substitute ‘Leftsidebar- 2’ with your sidebar name (You’ll find it in the functions.php).
Hope it helps.
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