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    We’re getting close to launch with our new site design with Incarnation (though we still need to update javascript to fix the slideshow) and we’re liking how the theme works. However, I’ve found is that when you click on a specific sermon, the sidebar switches to the widgets that are in the ‘blog sidebar’ container, rather than showing the ‘sermon sidebar’ widgets.

    Could you let me know how we might fix this? shows the sidebar we’d like to show on each sermon page

    and (Purchase code hidden if logged out) -our-god/

    show how it switches to the blog sidebar when you look at just one sermon at a time.




    Hi Emily,

    First thing to try is to update all of your theme files with the 1.3 update. There are no only fixes for the javascript update with WordPress 3.6 but also a number of bug fixes and a framework update.

    Then in the sermin-single.php file look for:

    $avia_config['currently_viewing'] = "blog";

    and change it to:

    $avia_config['currently_viewing'] = "sermon";




    Thanks Devin, We did go ahead and update the rest of the theme files, and then used this fix which solved the problem.

    One further question:

    In the slideshow, the “Caption Call to Action Buttons” are always the same width, no matter what text I put in. See the second slide on our homepage (where i want to direct people to ‘more info’) or in the future may want to say ‘register now’


    Hi Emily,

    Do you want the button to adjust automatically to the text length? if so, this CSS code should do it:

    #top .caption-slideshow-button {

    width: auto !important;






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