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[Resolved] Twenty Eleven Margins Sidebae

  • I wish to increase the width of the sidebar in 2011.
    I am at the stage of having decreased the margin of both content and secondary to 2.6% which is good for my layout.
    I think I now need to either decrease the margin between content and sidebar or maybe increase the size of the sidebar to achieve my goal, but these percentages keep screwing up the overall theme.
    Any help appreciated.
    I have looked at quite a few other posts on this subject but cannot get it right.

    PS: Why the change to % when pixels worked great for me?

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  • popper
    Member

    @julialasarte

    I tried increasing the width of #secondary to 22.8% in chrome’s inspector and had no issues with the layout. What is the problem you’re having?

    I’m trying to close the gap between content and secondary. I can go to 22.8% put much more and the sidebar disappears to below the content.

    popper
    Member

    @julialasarte

    Play around with the values of the negative margin of #primary along with the percentage value of width in the #secondary. I tried:

    #primary {
      float: left;
      margin: 0 -35.4% 0 0;
      width: 100%;
    }
    
    #secondary {
      float: right;
      margin-right: 2.6%;
      width: 28.8%;
    }

    and it worked fine.

    Thanks popper!
    Just couldn’t get my head around which value affected which other.

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