Conditional display of sidebars (responsive)

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    Jeff Hester
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    I’m working with the Going Green 3.0 theme, and am wondering if there is a simple way to hide the right header sidebar area when the primary sidebar drops off (lower resolutions)?

    You can see what I’m talking about on the current site: http://socalhiker.net (not yet running GG 3.0) where there is an image in the right header sidebar. When you resize the browser window, or view it on an iPhone, you’ll still see that sidebar, but it wraps beneath the logo — stacking it. Is there a way to hide this?

    Similarly, I currently have a 350×200 ad unit in the primary sidebar, but with Going Green 3.0, the sidebar shrinks too small at the max-width: 1067px and lower. I’m open to other suggestions.


    • This topic was modified 1 year, 1 month ago by  Jeff Hester.
    • This topic was modified 1 year, 1 month ago by  Jeff Hester.
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    #57489

    MJG108
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    I’m having the same exact issue. Banner moves under logo when screen switches to tablet and mobile size. It would be great if I could just make the header-right-widget disappear via media queries when the screen is in tablet and mobile mode. Hope someone can solve this issue for us.

    #57941

    Jeff Hester
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    This isn’t exactly a complete solution, but I did find a method for changing the ad format to work with responsive design:

    http://www.labnol.org/internet/google-adsense-responsive-design/25252/


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    MJG108
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    Thanks for the info, Jeff! I’ll have to give that a try.

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