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iBlogPro 4 - How to get rid of all sidebars?

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Hi, I have the following custom code on my site .blog #sidebar {display:none;} .blog #maincontent {width:960px;} But when a blog post title is clicked the sidebar appears. What code would I have to insert to have *no* sidebars at all on the site. Here's the URL: www.hyde-end.net If you go directly to the blog there is no sidebar due to the above code. Here's the URL of the first blog post http://hyde-end.net/packshot-photography-reading-berkshire/ Click on it and as you can see, there is a sidebar :( TIA for any help. Simon

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simonkempmaccom

Hmmm... Adding the code #sidebar {display:none;} removes the (accordion) sidebar on the blog posts but the width of the post is still constrained. I guess I have to add some more code to expand the width of the individual posts back to 960px (?). TIA again.

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catrina

The individual posts are at full-width/960px when I check. Did you find a solution?


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simonkempmaccom

Thanks Catrina - no, they are still constrained to a narrower width with the accordion sidebar in place when you click on a post title or link to an individual post i.e. http://hyde-end.net/packshot-photography-reading-berkshire/ It's a shame as you can't click on the wordpress categories to reveal individual posts without having the images cropped by the sidebar. :(

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Kate

Hey Simon, I think this is the code you're looking for:

.single #sidebar{display:none;}
	.single #maincontent{width:960px;}

Hopefully I understood you correctly. If not, feel free to let us know.

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simonkempmaccom

So it seems removing the content from the sidebar via the widget page and then using this custom code #maincontent{width:960px} does the trick.

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simonkempmaccom

Thank you Kate. I didn't notice your post until I stumbled across the solution as detailed above. I'm reluctant to mess with it as it works now! Thanks for the post though, I have bookmarked it in case it needs fixing again.

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