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  • #2757

    Hello,

    Every time I’ve updated the graphene theme, it’s messed up the widths of my columns. In the past I’ve been able to go into the style.css and adjust the widths back. However, I just upated to the latest version, and it seems to have removed the first column of my page, and has left me with only the second column. I’ve tried to go in and adjust the widths again, but it didn’t do anything. Any ideas?

    My website is: http://www.catfails.com/

    Thanks

    Jerry

    #21799
    Josh
    Member

    It seems you are missing your entire content area. I would disable all my widgets, and make sure it’s not coming from there.

    If you still don’t see your content area, I would then de-activate my plugins.

    If you STILL don’t see your content area, post back and I’ll have another look after you have done the two suggestions above.

    #21800

    Every time I’ve updated the graphene theme, it’s messed up the widths of my columns. In the past I’ve been able to go into the style.css and adjust the widths back.

    That’s because you are not using a child theme.

    #21801

    @Josh: I did both suggestions and neither worked. It’s only happening on my homepage, the other pages are working fine…

    @Kenneth: I wasn’t using a child theme that I know of before, why would I need one now? How do I do that?

    #21802
    Josh
    Member

    Try going to graphene option -> general tab -> front page options

    From here, select any category and save. Then, go back and change it to “disabled” and save again.

    Do your posts show up now?

    #21803

    why would I need one now?

    So that when you update the theme, you don’t lose any changes you’ve made.

    How do I do that?

    Josh has an excellent tutorial. Check out his website.

    #21804

    @Josh: That worked! Thanks!

    #21805
    Josh
    Member

    My pleasure.

    Here’s that link if you’re interested:

    http://www.joshlobe.com/2011/10/video-tutorial-creating-a-child-theme-in-wordpress/

    (Marking Thread as Resolved)

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