June 9, 2015 at 1:05 pm #155613
I'm currently working on this site: http://develop-test.org/
I have 2 questions:
1) The entire site is meant to be sidebar-content-sidebar layout.
Using the genesis child css the left sidebar is below the content.
I've edited the css based on a question on the forum to make equal width sidebars. Now both sidebars are dropping below the content. I've tried dropping in the original css for the child theme, same problem.
Hints and clues would be much appreciated.
2) Is is possible to get the Genesis Framework to go full width responsive? Currently it’s set at a standard box. I want the header and page to be full width and control the margins on that full width. Possible? Hints and clues would be much appreciated.
Thank you!http://develop-test.org/June 9, 2015 at 5:11 pm #155639
have you made an adjustments in the function.php
as your secondary sidebar is sitting outside of the main wrap. not were it should be.
as this is the sample theme I would just drop the original sample theme files in to override what you have, this will get everything back to normal in an instant.
let me know once you have done this and then i can give you the css to make the sidebars equal.
as for > "Is is possible to get the Genesis Framework to go full width responsive? " do you mean the full width of the screen?June 10, 2015 at 12:40 pm #155761
Hi Jamie, thanks for your response.
I've dropped the original sample theme files in the site to override what I have. The secondary sidebar is still dropping below the primary sidebar & content. As far as I can tell it's never been in the main wrap - even though this is a fresh and downloaded genesis sample (style.css and functions.php).
Yes I do mean full width of the screen responsive.
Thanks againJune 10, 2015 at 1:50 pm #155768
And now I've taken all my widgets from the secondary sidebar and placed a generic widget in it.
Still it's at the bottom. So not a widget issue.June 10, 2015 at 2:54 pm #155774
the secondary sidebar should be inside the '.site-inner' div but not inside the main '.content'
yours in right out site the '.site-inner' for some reason
so you overrided all theme files, including the functions?
are you using any Genesis plugins, if so deactivate them
also try re-setting the Genesis settings
also noticed your 'site-footer' is outside the 'site-container' which is also wrong
so some alteration must be causing this
also try activating the Genesis theme itself, not the sample theme
do all of the above 1 at a time, checking as you go, until you find the culprit.
keep me postedJune 10, 2015 at 3:29 pm #155777
Thanks will give it a try!June 10, 2015 at 3:57 pm #155779
Well I have reinstalled genesis framework and still have the same problem. BTW I completely deleted the framework and the genesis samples from the site. I deactivated the Simple Sidebar plugin.
I still have the same problem.
Any other clues - are there any other known incompatible plugins?
Thanks for the help?June 10, 2015 at 4:09 pm #155783
that's the weirdest thing
and on other pages it's worse ! the secondary sidebar is duplicated,
i can take a quick look in WordPress for you if you like, only take a moment, add me as a user with admin privileges and shoot me the logins via my site (then you can just delete it after)June 10, 2015 at 5:33 pm #155795
ok, your sidebar should be back to normal now
i found a closing '</div>' in the sidebar widget but no opening div !!!
just one div that is left open will cause the issue your having
also found 2 of '</div>' in the courses page, but only one opening div, so same issue
there could be a few floating around
try and use the editor in html mode when possible, takes a while to get used to but is better.June 10, 2015 at 5:37 pm #155796
Buy you a beer?
MaryJune 10, 2015 at 5:39 pm #155797
not necessary, but thanks
happy you have everything working again for you.
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