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3 columns theme in one column

  • LogerM


    I have a problem to put a left and right columns in to new row. I want to create something like this:

    Steps 1,2,3,7 was easy, so it is not a problem. Step 4 is not so hard to. But I don’t know how to put left and right columns under content (sted 4,5 and 6). I use default theme from BuddyPress 1.0, WPMU 2.7.1 and static page at man page.

    (I’am very sory for my poor english)

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  • LogerM


    Finally i solved my problem. I leave answer maybe someone use it at future.

    First I edit “page.php” file by adding table. Structure of file is look like this:











    Then edit base.css by removing content 65% width.

    Edit sidebar.php to something like this:

    <div id=”sidebar”>




    [right-column] (i take code from home.php)



    in base.css file add 50% width for [blog-sidebar] and [right-colum]

    Add new widgets for righ-column, and thats all.

    Andy Peatling


    This is not a good way to do it, you should learn some CSS as tables are not the way to go for layout purposes.

    Jeff Sayre


    You need to learn more about CSS, specifically how to float and position elements. Here are a few resources to get you started:

    Also, I highly recommend that you use Firefox with the Firebug Add-on.



    Yes, I know that I should use CSS but when I try to use it I only get more problems. Unfortunetly for me only tables work for me after 3 day of trying.

    Firebug have a problems whit code to. Some of CSS values didn’t show up in firebug console.



    here’s another link that might help you out with the basics…

    YUI Library Examples: Grids CSS: Standard Nesting Grid (1/2 – 1/2)

    more templates here…

    and this link should explain the WP coding end a bit =)

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