Then I make the call for the custom template to be implemented.
/* TEST FOR SPECIFIC PAGE FOR SIDEBAR TUTORIAL */ function custom_sidebar_01() remove_action('thesis_hook_custom_template', 'thesis_custom_template_sample'); add_action('thesis_hook_custom_template', 'custom_sidebar_01'); Once the sidebars are working you will need to setup styling to make the sidebars have the proper width and floats to get the sidebars to behave in your layouts.
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For example in the following snippet of code you can see how to do it by calling for the There is a plugin I used in combination of creating the custom sidebars because in the current model of Word Press default behavior is that you can only use a widget once in all sidebars.
So, I use a plugin called “Widgets Reloaded” that allows me to reuse a core set of widgets across all sidebars. From the outlined code above you may see how it is now possible to create as many custom templates as you like and get the look and function you are after.Previously i wrote about inserting adsense inside post in wordpress blogs.In this tutorial i will show you that how can you insert adsense ads inside post in your thesis theme using Open Hook Plugin.Once the page has loaded you should see Site Layout options in the second column as seen here: That’s all that is needed to activate and “install” your basic, default sidebars. You may want specific content in a sidebar on a specific page, sets of pages, or specific categories in addition, or instead of the default sidebars. You will need to open up the file custom_file that resides here: ~/wp-content/themes/thesis/custom/ You are going to write a function that tests for the page or category, pulls in your content, and renders your sidebar how you like it.You need to: /* CUSTOM SIDEBAR TEMPLATE */ function custom_sidebar_01() remove_action('thesis_hook_custom_template', 'thesis_custom_template_sample'); add_action('thesis_hook_custom_template', 'custom_sidebar_01'); I will admit that I did not create the following masterful stroke of coding. I was in the DIYThemes forums working on helping with some custom page templates and the question came up about adding additional sidebars. To create a third, fourth, fifth sidebar (you can create as many as you like using this coding) you need to first register the sidebar.In my case this is the CSS I used to get the results on this page.In order to have one of the default sidebars show up with one of your custom sidebars you only need to change what sidebars you are calling.For the sake of this tutorial I have coded my custom_file to display a custom sidebar 3 which contains a .I first defined the third sidebar as the code above suggests.To create a custom function that tests for a specific page, category, or post I recommend checking out my previous tutorial Multiple Custom Page Templates.You should plan out exactly what you are after before fussing with code.