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November 8, 2021 at 12:20 am #64825SunikoParticipantPremium Member
I need help with setting up subpages layout on https://gorskim-szlakiem.pl
Main page https://gorskim-szlakiem.pl is set to appear with 3 columns/right sidebar as it’s currently on recent post mode instead of static page. It looks as I want it to. Single post is set to appear with both sidebars and this is also fine. I have problem with subpages. I have no idea how to force them to appear with both sidebars. I want it to have 2 sidebars as content appear more in center of page. Now it’s moved to right side and it’s not looking good. My question is how to force theme to allow me to add widget on left side to subpages as this option isn’t even present right now, please look at below screenshot for subpage https://gorskim-szlakiem.pl/polecane-szlaki/ I can only add widgets to sidebar right. If i switch blog page layout from 3 columns /right sidebar to 2 columns / both sidebars it doesn’t help for subpages. Would appreciate any help.
SebastianNovember 8, 2021 at 11:48 am #64830vakoKeymasterWP Royal Team
In the Ashe Pro theme sidebars can be enabled in several ways, first is to select page layout with sidebar, for this please navigate to Dashboard > Appearance > Customize > General Layouts > Page Layouts and choose your prefered style which includes sidebars, here is the screenshot: https://nimb.ws/Pk14rf
For sub-page use option other pages and in your case chose layout with 2 columns.
The pages which are not listed in this customizer section can also use sidebars via page options, please navigate to Dashboard > Pages > Edit page > Page Options > Show SIdebar
Please make sure that widgets in the sidebar areas are added from the back end, please navigate to Dashboard > Appearance > Widgets and check sidebar areas are filled with widgets you want to be displayed.
If all these steps are done and sidebars still do not appear on the website, let’s check the issue from your website back end, In order to assist we need to check your website from the back end, please install this 3rd party plugin “Temporary Login Without Password Plugin” which allows us to access your dashboard without sharing access details.
To better understand how the plugin works, please watch the video guide below: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EMu0e78OpJo
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Kind RegardsNovember 8, 2021 at 12:50 pm #64832SunikoParticipantPremium MemberThis reply has been marked as private.November 8, 2021 at 9:57 pm #64839vakoKeymasterWP Royal Team
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