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December 11, 2014 at 8:26 am #15720
Is there a way I can make the left panel where the menu is smaller? Thanks for your help.December 11, 2014 at 11:24 am #20773AnonymousInactive
Yes sure you can do it.
Open sidebar-blog-left.php and sidbar-page-left.php file and find the below code :
<aside id="left-column" class="span4 equal"
and change the span4 class to span3
<aside id="left-column" class="span3 equal"
And find this code in index.php , image.php , author.php and page.php
<div id="content-right" class="span8 equal"
and change span8 class to span9December 11, 2014 at 4:40 pm #20775
Thank you. 🙂December 11, 2014 at 8:45 pm #20776
I made the changed as instructed, and now the page comes up blank. I’m included the modified files so you can find what I did wrong. I’m tried to attach the altered php files, but your system rejects them. Why would the site disappear?December 12, 2014 at 3:50 am #20779
Are you going to be able to help me with this? I’m sure you’re busy like all of us, but I’ve been waiting all day and need help with this.December 12, 2014 at 8:31 am #20780AnonymousInactive
Just to let you know that I live in GMT + 5:45 timezone so unfortunately when you’re expecting the reply I was in the bed.
While changing only CSS class it should not make the site blank ? Can you check if only CSS class is changed or mistakenly you changed other code too ?
Try to enable the debug of WordPress and see if that help you or not . Set define(‘WP_DEBUG’, true); on wp-config.php . This link might help you :
Let us know how it goes.December 12, 2014 at 8:49 am #20782
Hey, I’m sorry. I thought you were in Vancouver. Where are you?
I was really careful not to change anything other than what you suggested. I saved the original files, so I think I’ll just put them back in and forget about it. Another thought is that you could make the change and e-mail the files to me. Andre used to do that sometimes, but maybe you don’t want to do that kind of thing.
Thanks anyway, RonDecember 12, 2014 at 9:42 am #20783AnonymousInactive
I’m located in Kathmandu, Nepal so that’s a lot of timezone difference from Vancouver 😉
May be it’s a good idea to send the file to [email protected] and I’ll check it once see what you’ve done there. That’s a better idea i think 🙂December 12, 2014 at 7:11 pm #20788
Roshan, I started over from scratch and found the problem. In four of the files there are two places that need to be changed. I didn’t realized that at first so I hadn’t even scroll down the page to look. It works find now.
Nepal, huh. You are a ways away from me. If you drive to your town, do you drive on those narrow, scary roads I’ve seen on TV and YouTube?December 13, 2014 at 4:32 pm #20789AnonymousInactive
Ok good to hear that problem is solved I was wondering too as it was simple class change 😉
Ya we’re almost in opposite timezone. It’s not easy to drive like in Canada, you need to have 4 eyes as you never know from which side motorbike is coming in front of you . The good thing is that if you can drive here in Kathmandu, you can drive everywhere in World easily 😀December 13, 2014 at 8:31 pm #20791
“…if you can drive here in Kathmandu, you can drive everywhere in World easily” lol I bet you can.
I looked up your city and am surprised you are at such a low elevation. I thought everything in Nepal was higher,
I live in the U.S., in Washington State. I often drive on our mountain roads, one of which goes up to 6000 feet – I’ve walked up to 7000 feet, but that was enough for me.. These roads scare me a lot because many are only wide enough for one vehicle and major straight-down drop offs. In contrast to yours though, these roads are at least well-maintained and very few people drive on them. They are all in wilderness areas where there are no towns or anything. Elevations in our state go from sea level to over 14,000 feet, but no-one lives in areas much above maybe 2500 feet, and most towns are well below that. It would be fun to exchange pictures with you if that kind of thing interests you.
RonDecember 14, 2014 at 7:04 pm #15721AnonymousInactive
Kathmandu is situate at 4600ft above the sea level so that’s already a high elevation isn’t it ? Since Mount Everest lies here elevation goes from little bit higher from sea level to highest on earth. The road situation on the remote hilly area is scary and I’ve never tried to drive there but they are best place for hiking and trekking.
I still have to visit basecamp of Mt. Everest and Tilicho lake ( situated at 16237ft) . I hope I can visit them soon.
Ya sure mate we can always exchange pictures with each other. You can contact me on my twitter handle which is there in my profile.
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