1, 2 and 3-column layout support
Corporate Clean 7.x-1.6 comes with 1, 2 and 3-column layout support. "Sidebar_first" has been moved to the left of the content and there is now a new region "Sidebar_second" positioned at the right of the content.
Therefore after the update process from Corporate Clean 7.x-1.5 or previous to Corporate Clean 7.x-1.6, you will notice that your existing Sidebar has been moved to left.
If you want to keep your existing Sidebar right, just move your blocks from "Sidebar_first" region to "Sidebar_second" through Home » Administration » Structure » Blocks.
Thanks for that.
Apparently, the width of the sidebar changed too? (or is it the width of the main content?)
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Somehow the content in the middle column gets deformed. Anyone knows why?
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is a 3rd/center sidebar possible?
I'm wanting one of my page to have three equal sections across the content area.
How can I change the width of the first sidebar? The only place I found the option to was "container_12 .grid 4" and that also changes the first footer section. I just personally do not like how wide that sidebar is and would like to make it about 200px - 250px. Thank you for the help :)
Every CMS is very bad with width and height of regions, block etc, nobody know what need to do for resize region. I spend 7-day, what i developed :)
Change end of style.css in corporateclean\
width: 25%; /* - set float width left bar */
width: 25%; /*- set float width right bar */
width: 100%; /*- set width to screen width all content include left and right side bar*/
But I cannt change center part between left & rigth bars - Help me too!
If you dont know anser plese be quite, i see thousands bla-bla-bla: see documentation, see this see that but such information doesnt exist in this documents ...
Only i need ccs class name that i can set width and other proporion between left and right sidebar ...
I think easy write all PHP code then get what you need from CMS theme :)
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