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    Jef Wodniack
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    hi,

    How can I have one side bar on each post of my Blog
    look at http://www.jefwodniack.com

    it is OK on the blog page but not for posts.

    Best regards

    Jef

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  • Denzel Chia
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    #24622 |

    Hi,

    Edit your post.
    scroll down the screen and you will see the setting -> Sidebar Position
    Select your layout.
    Find the setting -> Full Width
    Set it to -> No

    Update your post.

    Thank you

    Jef Wodniack
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    #24626 |

    Thanks you!

    Jef

    Daniele Pelosi
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    #26484 |

    Hello,

    I have a similar issue: the layout for the post is the same as per the pages (sidebar on the left), but how can I set that each posts uses the sidebar-1 by default? I have like 218 posts, so changing them 1 by 1 is not the best option. Also, is it possible to set via php code that automatically the default sidebar is sidebar-1 and then I can change manually the pages I want to behave differently? thanks 🙂

    Denzel Chia
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    #26506 |

    Go to Theme Options -> General -> Layout to set your sidebar layout.

    For you next request, as per forum rule, Please open a new thread.
    https://theme4press.com/support/topic/theme4press-support-forums-rules-please-read/

    Thank you.

    Daniele Pelosi
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    #26517 |

    Hello, it is still not working, but I will open a new post. Thanks 🙂

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