October 31, 2012 at 7:01 pm #17465
With some blog posts I have this problem, with others I do not.
When I change an individual blog post layout from “use global default” to “full size (no sidebar)” it affects my entire blog category page removing the right column instead of just changing the layout for the individual blog post.
Any idea how I can fix this please?
Thank you!November 2, 2012 at 1:27 pm #95573
This sounds like an old bug where the category layout or blog page layout was determined by the most recent post in that category/page. Is this what is happening for you?
I’ll tag Kriesi on the topic so he is aware of it happening with Eunoia if this is the case (which it does look like).
DevinNovember 2, 2012 at 4:07 pm #95574
I believe so. What is weird is now it’s only one post. So, I thought there was a bug in that post only, so I rebuilt from scratch using all the same settings that the posts without problems had–and it still does it. Then I thought something was embedded in an image or slideshow and I rebuilt only using text—same issue. So, I’m able to have all blog posts full width, except this one or new ones.
Thanks for your work on this.November 5, 2012 at 9:47 am #95575
Please update your theme Eunoia to version 1.2. Kriesi fixed several bugs and there’s a good chance that the update will fix this issue too.
PeterNovember 5, 2012 at 7:11 pm #95576
Okay, thanks I will. If I do this though, will it over ride the changes I have added to Quick CSS or editing on the custom.css file I have made?
TessNovember 5, 2012 at 7:40 pm #95577
Please make a backup copy of your custom.css file because every single file in your theme folder will get replaced and after the update simply add the old content of custom.css to the new (in fact you should update via ftp, and just delete the old folder and upload the new one in its place and only then go into wordpress to ensure that the settings remain. However we strongly urge you to make a full backup copy of your database as well as the theme itself so that in case there is a problem you can quickly revert back to your current setup.
The Quick CSS will not be touched by the update.
In the future, please try to use a child theme so that you will not have to worry about overwriting anything.
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