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I sure hope this is simple...
I figured out how to add sidebars to individual pages and posts, but not how to show a sidebar on category and archive pages. I'll also need to put a couple of widgets there (like a category widget).
My "site default" is full page (because I like that for the front page).
Any pointers about how to do this? I can imagine I'll need to "register a new widget area," which I think I can do. But I'm not sure about the rest of it.
Thanks in advance,
Oh oh oh, I think I found it for categories. In the dashboard if you go to
then choose a category to edit (or make a new one), you can tell the category to use one of the other layouts (not the default layout).
The only thing is that it looks like you have to do it manually for each category.
I'm gonna mark this as resolved, because it solves the immediate problem for me. But if anyone feels like posting a more elegant solution so you can do all categories at once, I won't complain 🙂
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