I have some CSS code figured out, but unfortunately this leads to the sidebar space not only th change its width on those pages where I have set a sidebar, but it’s also showing up empty on every other page on my website, even though no sidebar is set. Of course I want it only on those pages I chose.
Thanks. This might be a bit tricky, because I have so many pages where the sidebar has to show up and also a lot of pages where I have set it to no sidebar. Ant it is not only one sidebar, but another custum sidebar as well.
All blog pages must have the sidebar (It’s sidebar 1 in my theme settings) and also pages like https://www.petra-schier.de/petras-welt/. But this one is only one of many examples. For several reasons I have created new pages for almost every category in my blog. One of the reasons is, that I cannot change the look of category pages in evolve+. It would be great if that might be possible someday. But until then I create a new page for each category and make it look like I want it to and use a plugin to import the specific category posts.
I think this might be a problem for you to come up with a CSS code that helps me with my problem?
It would be a bit too tricky… You would have to be adding CSS classes every time you create or change a page. This isn’t a good management practice. We will think of a solution for such a use case. I’m sorry I can’t help you more right now.
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