Best Answer James B , 19 June 2013 - 11:17 PM
In the responsive layout the content falls one under the other depending on the order it appears within the html. So for example if you're looking at the html in firebug, and you work down the code on the page you'll see the header code then content, sidebar, footer etc. The mobile layout is created by using css to change the float and width of each of those items so they stack differently from the desktop view. But they are still in the same order, just the display of those items are adjusted.
So unfortunately there's no way to change the actual order of the elements on the page, just how they display in the mobile view whilst still in the same order.Go to the full post