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writeleft Mar 18, 2010 12:28 PM

Moving Center/Post Content below or after Sidebars
 
I'm not sure if this is a theme issue or one to take up in the WP forums, but I figured I'd give it a shot here.

I'm creating a widgetized front page for a site that I'm currently working on. Instead of creating new sidebars, I'm going to selectively use the existing four to achieve the effect I want.

At first, I used a older method of adding three extra sidebars to front page and decided against it. However, by doing it that way, I was able to either have the center post content show up either before or after these "hotwired" sidebars.

Is there any way to achieve this with the current sidebars as is?

Basically, I want it so that if anyone posts content to the front page, it would fall below sidebars as opposed to loading up along side them.

Would I just need to create those independent front page sidebars again?

Any help provided would be amazing!

lmilesw Mar 18, 2010 03:35 PM

It seems like you could do that my adding widget areas. There are some good threads on the forum about adding widget areas to various places on your site.

writeleft Mar 18, 2010 06:42 PM

hmm. I should've specified.

That is the way I achieved this before. By creating three new widget areas on my front page and putting them after the content in the index.php file.

I'm trying to figure out now if there is a way to accomplish this without necessarily having to do it that way, using the 4 widget areas that come preloaded with the theme.

lmilesw Mar 18, 2010 08:45 PM

Without extra coding or widget areas the four widget areas you mention will just give you four columns with the posts between them.

writeleft Mar 18, 2010 09:47 PM

That's what I figured, but was just hoping there was some random way I didn't think of to get around it.


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