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    I would like the side bar to appear the same in all pages.

    The sidebar on my blog page excludes the sidebar menu. I would like to have the sidebar menu be a part of the blog page as it is in all the other pages.

    The sidebars on my other pages display a text widget items in a list format. I would like them to appear as they do on the bottom of my blog page.

    http://mediasnmotion.com

    Thanks much!

    Adam

    #113807

    Hi Adam,

    Those widgets you want to display everywhere will need to be added to the Display Everywhere widget area in the Appearance>Widgets section of wordpress.

    If you want the automatic menu to look more like the ones in the footer, add a new menu to the Display Everywhere widget area (just like you have in the footer) and then add this css to the bottom of your style.css file:

    #sidebar .box.box_small.sidebarmenu {
    display: none;
    }

    Regards,

    Devin

    #113808

    Got the menu’s working. Thank You!

    The text widget is already in the Display Everywhere widget area. The widget I am referring to is the two groups of social icons underneath the titles “Connect @MediasNmotion” and “Connect with AdamTbiz”. Second widget to the bottom above the google+ badge.

    On my “Blog” page it appears correctly the icons appear in two rows; however, on my “About”, “Packages” and “Contact” pages the icons appear in a single column. I would like to have them in two rows like my “Blog” page.

    Thanks!

    Adam

    #113809

    You need to re-do the css to work everywhere as its not getting the correct css that the blog/home is getting. I’d suggest giving the social icons their own unique class and then doing all of your css for that class instead of the text widget selector. IE:

    #main #sidebar .textwidget a{
    display:inline;
    background: none;
    padding: 0;
    margin: 0;
    }

    And the others that are formatting the images should instead all be using a new class you add to the text widget html called “custom-social-icons” or something like that.

    Regards,

    Devin

    #113810

    Thanks Devin ! Its complete!

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