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Configuring the WordPress Sidebar


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  1. Paul Cartwright
    Paul Cartwright says:

    on later version of fishpig they removed the template function, so you need to go into /app/design/frontend/base/default/layout and copy the wordpress.xml into app/design/frontend/ultimo/child/layout/wordpress.xml. Then in the wordpress.xml find then the third paragraph down on this line sidebar-2 change the 2 to a 1 and hey presto.

    Hope this helps