Sidebar Disappeared on Certain Pages

  • DeletedUser1234

    #5312

    Hi,

    I have recently set up a new site http://www.hertsbasketball.co.uk using the Graphene theme.

    The site is set to have one sidebar on the right hand side for all pages, and was working properly until earlier today when I attempted to make an amendment to the footer by entering a line of code into the Custom CSS box in the “Graphene Options” section. This has led to a problem – the sidebar has disappeared from the Front Page and the Club Directory Page. As far as I can tell no other pages are affected. Does anyone have any idea how to fix this?

    I’ve removed the code I entered into the Custom CSS box but this has had no effect. I’ve also uninstalled and resinstalled the theme, again no effect.

    I haven’t touched any of the files as I’m not HTML or CSS savvy, the only place I have entered code is in the Custom CSS box, which currently has the following entries:

    .post-28 {
    display: none;
    }

    .parent-return {
    display: none;
    }

    #developer {display:none;
    }

    #footer { border-top: 3px solid #bbbbbb;
    padding-top: 10px;
    }

    Thanks in advance to anyone that is able to offer any help.

    Paul

    PS – Has there been some kind of update to the theme last night / today? Since I reinstalled the theme this afternoon the options area is slightly different to how it appeared last night. There is now a seperate section for “Colours” instead of these being a part of the “Display” section.

    DeletedUser1234

    #31566

    Edit – please ignore the underneath the code, shouldn’t be there.

    Mod

    Kenneth John Odle

    #31567
    Quote:
    Edit – please ignore the underneath the code, shouldn’t be there.

    We’ll take that out, then.

    (Also, any code should go between backticks, to prevent the browser parsing it. Not so critical with css, but with html or php, it can be an issue. Thanks.)

    Quote:
    the sidebar has disappeared from the Front Page and the Club Directory Page

    On both of those you using the one-column page template. You can switch it to a two-column page template by editing it.

    Quote:
    I’ve removed the code I entered into the Custom CSS box but this has had no effect.

    Always be sure to refresh your browser and server caches after making changes.

    Cheers,

    Ken

    vradman

    #31568

    There was a theme update last night. If you automatically upgraded to graphene 1.8 then you should expect some problems. I just finished upgrading to version 1.7.3 myself and had to re-adjust my widgets (they somehow got reversed). Also, I had to set my Column Mode again under Display > Column Options or graphene 1.7.3 would lose my sidebar settings on pages using the defaults.

    I have not had time to evaluate graphene 1.8 yet, so these steps may not work you. However, it doesn’t look like your sidebar is being hidden by css. In fact, it looks like your sidebar is empty. (Your footer sidebars look fine; unfortunately, mine get merged in version 1.8.)

    Let us know…,

    -radman out

    DeletedUser1234

    #31569

    Guys – a (belated) thanks for your help.

    I think it was the browser cache as the problem seems to have corrected itself.

    I have an issue with the footer now but I’ll start a seperate thread for this so that it has the correct title.

    Thanks again.

    Paul

    Mod

    Kenneth John Odle

    #31570

    Marking thread as resolved. You can do this yourself as well.

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