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Tagged: sidebar placement
Hope I can make this clear...
I have primary sidebar content that I want pushed down to line up with specific body content. Just thought I'd check here to see if anybody else has had this problem.
If you look at the page, there is a testimonial for the Your Self in Partnership under the other testimonials. I want to line that up with the blurb farther down the page about that workshop.
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You can't align the sidebar widgets with the page content for a variety of reasons, the most important to being that even the the sidebar appears to the right of the content, it is physically located under .the content in the DOM. The second is that the content will shift as it appears on different screen sizes, which means that the YSIP area in the content is a moving target.
Since you are using a page, I might consider the approach of making the page full-width, not use the sidebar at all, and use Genesis column classes to add the testimonial content so it appears where you want it.
Victor, thanks so much for your response! You have confirmed what I suspected was the way to solve this problem.
I spoke too soon.
I don't see how to have two columns that have different widths. i.e. the first column would be about 70% and the second would be about 30%.
I guess I could do this in a table, but... ugh ...?
Thanks so much!!
Perhaps you could prepare a pdf of the page as you want it displayed and have website visitors download a flyer instead of using a mobile responsive website page. This approach would provide complete/unlimited control of the page layout. It could even be "print ready" quality.
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Victor, your suggestion worked perfectly!!
Very much appreciated!
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