removing sidebar menus

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  • #966554

    Hi,

    The only problem I’m having with my webpage is that I cannot remove the column on the right side (recent posts, archives, categories, and meta). For space issues, I want to get rid of these boxes (besides, I do not need them). Simply saying, I want to have just one column posts.. How can I get this?

    Thanks,
    Kim
    Blog url: http://speechacousticslab.wordpress.com/

    The blog I need help with is speechacousticslab.wordpress.com.

    #966760

    ardpete
    Member

    Dashboard > Appearance > Widgets

    Remove the widgets from your side bar area.

    #966762

    I’m having the same problem..have removed all widgets from sidebar area and refreshed page, but they’re still there….

    #966768

    timethief
    Member

    @speechacousticslab
    Just to be clear on two points:
    (1) removing all widgets from a sidebar is acconmplished by placing an empty text widget in the top of the sidbar. Open it, add anothing, click “save” and then click “close”.

    For space issues, I want to get rid of these boxes (besides, I do not need them). Simply saying, I want to have just one column posts.. How can I get this?

    (2) If you think that removing widgets in a sidbear makes your theme change from being a 2 column theme to a one column theme and that you can blog in the sidebar that’s not the case.

    If you want a one column theme see here > http://theme.wordpress.com/themes/features/one-column/

    #966770

    timethief
    Member

    @echoacoustics
    Even though you are using the Enterprise theme, I think you will benefit from reading what I just posted for @speechacousticslab who is using the MistyLook theme.

    I expand by saying that all themes have a default sidebar display. The display does not contain actual widgets. It’s when we go here . Appearance > Widgets and install the widgets of our own choice that we override the default display.

    Enterprise is a 2-column Widget-ready theme. If you want a one column theme see here > http://theme.wordpress.com/themes/features/one-column/
     

    #966863

    justpi
    Member

    I expand by saying that all themes have a default sidebar display.

    That’s not correct: some themes don’t have a sidebar at all, and some themes don’t display a sidebar unless you add widgets.

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