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Move SUBSCRIBE to top on mobile

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26 Jul, 2015 07:14 PM

My website is Love the theme, but trying to get the sidebar to appear above the posts and under MAIN MENU on iPhones.

Is this possible?

I'm an amateur, so the highest level of detail you can give me is helpful.

  1. 1 Posted by Eric Schmidt on 27 Jul, 2015 03:22 PM

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    The first step would be to either edit the functions/templates/single-sidebar.php file or copy that file into the same location of a child theme so you don't lose your changes. You'd need to flip the order of the content and sidebar, and also add a custom class we can target later. Move this code block...

    <div class="four columns offset-by-one">
                    <div class="sidebar">
                         <?php /* Widget Area */ if ( !function_exists( 'dynamic_sidebar' ) || !dynamic_sidebar('Single Post Sidebar') ) ?>

    To be just before the eleven columns div here...

    <div class="eleven columns">

    Also, add a class we can target...

    <div class="four columns offset-by-one post-sidebar">

    Then add this custom css to move the sidebar to the right...

    .single .post-sidebar {
    float: right;


  2. Eric Schmidt closed this discussion on 27 Jul, 2015 03:22 PM.

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