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    Alex Knight
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    Hi,

    There are a number of concerns I have regarding the sidebar in this page: http://uknightedmusic.co.uk/blog/

    Firstly, the widget’s background colour is nearly identical to the text colour. Is there a way to change either the background colour or text colour, please?

    Also, is there a way to present the sidebar widgets more cohesively? They currently look like random floating widgets, and I’d like maybe a background colour for the sidebar area. Is this possible?

    Also, On the recent posts widget, the text is shadowed, but I’ve got shadows turned off. Is there a way to fix this?

    Finally, when I view the page in tablet view, it goes to one column of blog posts, and the sidebar goes to the bottom of the page as well. I feel like this makes it look a bit stretched. Is there a way to keep two columns in place, preferably the one column of blog, plus sidebar.

    Many Thanks,

    Alex

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  • Alex Knight
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    #30575 |

    Hi,

    Sorry about this, the first problems mentioned have resolved themselves now.

    However, I would still appreciate help with the final query:

    {When I view the page in tablet view, it goes to one column of blog posts, and the sidebar goes to the bottom of the page as well. I feel like this makes it look a bit stretched. Is there a way to keep two columns in place, preferably the one column of blog, plus sidebar.}

    Denzel Chia
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    #30587 |

    Hi,

    Regarding the following request.

    Finally, when I view the page in tablet view, it goes to one column of blog posts, and the sidebar goes to the bottom of the page as well. I feel like this makes it look a bit stretched. Is there a way to keep two columns in place, preferably the one column of blog, plus sidebar.

    That’s how responsive design works. It’s single column in mobile because of the space constrain.
    Changing this to two columns in mobile will affect all other element’s design.

    We can only provide simple custom css assistance in this forum.
    For this redesign of mobile view, you can contact our developers for this service. https://theme4press.com/theme-customization-service/

    Thank you

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