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WordPress Theme Discovery

Published on 12/29/2014
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I have had a blog that uses WordPress and the 2014 Theme, but since I installed it over a year ago, it had one mindboggeling problem.

By default it has three columns, the content in the center and two sidebars (left and right), but in an effort to keep things really simple I only wanted two. If I leave the one on the left without any content, you would think it would just go away, but instead it leaves a black column full length with nothing in it.

When I started I searched Google for an answer to this problem for days, but the only ones I found were so complicated I couldn't use them, so I gave up and left the black bar there. Today WordPress came out with an update to the 2014 theme and a new 2015 theme, but to my disappointment neither one solved my problem.

So with my frustration all stirred up again, I went back to Google and tried searching again. Much to my amazement, I found a guy that had posted a link to download a 2014 Child Theme that fixed it in a few minutes and it was third-grade simple to do it. Click to See

The odds of you having the same WordPress problem are pretty slim, but my point here is that just because you search Google to solve any problem, you should try again later to see if something new has been posted since the last time you searched.

In fact the post that solved my problem was made in July of this year, so if I would have done another search after it had time to be indexed, I probably would have found it sooner than today.

Bottom Line: I am very happy today!
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