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I tried to create a page with a masonry gallery on top and a split layout below. Whenever, masonry or a full width slider is involved no sidebar appears below the slider / masonry even though there is space for it. instead, the sidebar is displayed at the bottom in a weird formatting.
If I remove the masonry element, the sidebar appears just fine. Is that something that can be fixed in a future release? It would be great to see a sidebar underneath or above the masonry element where regular layout blocks are used.
You can actually add a sidebar below the masonry element without any problem. Can you please post a link to the website with the issue? There is a workaround if you want. Edit a page then look for Layout > Sidebar > select “No Sidebar”. Go to Advance Layout Builder then insert a slider. Below, insert a 2/3 and 1/3 column layout. Add the Widget Area element on the 1/3 column layout and add content elements on the 2/3 column.
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