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Sidebar/post issue

  1. adirondackbucks
    Member

    My sidebar is covered at the bottom by the second and all following posts on my start page

  2. Hi there!

    Thanks for getting a hold of us on this. Our developers have already started looking in to this issue from when you wrote in to us originally here:

    http://en.forums.wordpress.com/topic/sidebar-issue-4

    As soon as we have any updates we will get a hold of you on that thread!

    In the mean time, you may want to consider consolidating some of your menus into further nested menus so that you can reduce the vertical space your menus take up.

    Thank you in advance for your patience!

  3. We heard back from our team and they let us know that this is something that they won't fix as it's a limitation of this theme to have a fixed menu height.

    You can reduce the height of your menu as @amightywp suggested earlier, or you can choose a theme that doesn't have a fixed menu limitation.

    I hope that clarifies things! Let us know if you have any questions.

  4. adirondackbucks
    Member

    Hello, Thank you.

    Now I need to know:

    1. How to reduce my vertical space - how do I consolidate my menus into further nested menus.

    2. How can I choose a theme that does not have a fixed menu limitation?

    Anna

  5. Hi there!

    1. To create more nested menus - you could think about making a static top level tab and have those menu items nested underneath. For example, just taking a look at your current menu, I would combine stuff like the marketplace and trading items under one called "commerce" or anything that would make more sense. It looks like you would have the space to have 11 top level tabs, so that should be enough to reclassify your existing pages to fit the theme.

    Here's a reference that might be useful:
    http://en.support.wordpress.com/menus/#adding-static-top-level-tabs

    2. You would need to do a bit of trial and error to find a theme that would fit your style requirements and be custom menu enabled. Here's the list of current themes that are custom-menu enabled:
    http://theme.wordpress.com/themes/features/custom-menu/

    I tested a couple and the Publish theme will allow you to set a custom menu widget in your sidebar and it can be as long as you want. Here's a link for your reference:
    http://theme.wordpress.com/themes/publish/

    I hope that helps get you started! Let us know if you have any questions.

  6. adirondackbucks
    Member

    Thank you for the response. I will study this.

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