Support Forums

Support Online : Mon - Fri / 10am - 6pm (GMT +6)

Your Time: Our Time:

Blog Issue

Featured Lock Resolved Bug
Why is it when I click a blog listing the side bar goes above the blog and the "article" is beneath a side bar?

9 Answers

Paul Frankowski - Staff

More than a month ago #Permalink
Hi,
on our demo this problem doesn't exist,
it means that there must be a problem with code inside one of the articles.
Quick Tip: Disable article one by one, to check which one makes a mess.

TripleC

More than a month ago #Permalink
Hey Paul, Thanks for replying! On the demo you don't even have a side bar on the blog pages.. You have the author icon.. I found in the forum how to get rid of that.. Now the side bar is where I need it to be when you click on blog list view, but when I click on the actual blog it goes above the article.. "post"

I saw a others have this same problem but when its fixed they don't post how they fixed it.


I have been looking at your other templates, thinking that maybe I could find one that would just work for what I need.. It doesn't make any sense why you wouldn't have a side bar after you click on a blog. The previous and next just don't really work or make sense, as you have no idea what the next or previous article is.

TripleC

More than a month ago #Permalink
I am having this issue https://www.joomshaper.com/forums/left-sidebar-still-displayed-in-blog But I want the side bar to stay there.

This almost worked but the answer was never revealed: https://www.joomshaper.com/forums/floox-single-article-view-with-side-menu?start=0#reply-102484

So I gave this a go and it seems to have worked I am hoping no where else on the site uses that..lol
https://www.joomshaper.com/forums/blog-article-with-right-side-module

Paul Frankowski - Staff

More than a month ago #Permalink
I cannot edit template php code, so I can deliver only temporary CSS fix.
If you still have problem with sidebar you should share URL

TripleC

More than a month ago #Permalink
I just removed:

#sp-component{
width: 100%;
}
#sp-right{
display: none;
}

from the theme.less file

That will not get overwritten when the template gets updated will it?

Paul Frankowski - Staff

More than a month ago #Permalink
yes, would be overridden, as it was described in helix manual.
That's why use custom.css with your own values.

TripleC

More than a month ago #Permalink
So what could I put in the custom css to remove:

#sp-component{
width: 100%;
}
#sp-right{
display: none;
}

As anything I put in custom.css will change all pages not just the blog page.

Paul Frankowski - Staff

More than a month ago #Permalink
Each Joomla component view have a unique class name - so it's easy to define a style for blog only:

.view-category #sp-component {width: 66%;}
.view-category #sp-right {display: block;}


For single article view :

.view-article #sp-component {width: 66%;}
.view-article #sp-right {display: block;}

TripleC

More than a month ago #Permalink
Thank you that worked. I appreciate your time.


There are no replies made for this post yet.
Be one of the first to reply to this post!

Leaderboard (30 days)

Paul Frankowski

Paul Frankowski

Total Accepted Answers: 128
Sifat

Sifat

Total Accepted Answers: 83
Toufiq

Toufiq

Total Accepted Answers: 40
Pavel

Pavel

Total Accepted Answers: 6
Sohan

Sohan

Total Accepted Answers: 4

114

Templates

292637

Community Users

Newsletter

Don’t miss any updates of our new templates and extensions and all the astonishing offers we bring for you.
We never spam

Joomla! ® name is used under a limited license from Open Source Matters in the United States and other countries. JoomShaper.com is not affiliated with or endorsed by Open Source Matters or the Joomla! Project.

Connect Us