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For the sake of a learning management system, I recently changed my default layout to add a sidebar. I didn't want it in regular posts, so I wrote a single.php file for the child theme (Genesis Sample) to remove it.
The problem is that the articles in the archive pages have shifted as though there is a sidebar there (which there isn't). I tried writing a page_archive.php for the child theme, but that didn't do anything.
Any ideas how to get my archive back to center?
(Might this be an artifact of the learning management system?)https://www.permaculturereflections.com/category/article/
That works for the archive, but it carries over into the courses section, bumping the course nav menu down below the main content.
Something tells me that I might be able to pull it off with flexbox.
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