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    Hi, Thanks for the theme, it is really effective. I have one issue at the moment though. As I have been creating the site over the last few days, a sidebar with links to all the pages has appeared on every page and I cannot figure out how to get rid of it. Its not like a regular sidebar, and even moves into the centre or the footer if content is in the way. I would really appreciate your help, heres the site:

    Cheers, Tom



    it seems in your editing process you’ve modified your sidebar.php file and missed something or you’ve tried to remove it and didn’t fully remove it.

    To remove it you can open your files named template-…..php.

    In here find

    <!--end content-->

    //get the sidebar
    $avia_config['currently_viewing'] = 'blog';


    </div><!--end container-->

    To fully remove the sidebar you can remove everything between the first and the last </div>.

    Although the above is an option I believe you’ve edited something else which triggers this anomaly. All I can tell is that there’s only a list randomly displaying where your entire sidebar is supposed to be included.

    The better option here seems to leave your templates alone and open up your sidebar.php and find

    $default_sidebar = true;

    here you can change true to false :)


    Thanks Chris,

    thats really helpful. but the sidebar.php option didn’t work, I had to do it the first way. However it still worked so thanks a lot :)



    Glad that Chris could help you :)



    Thanks for resolving this but I now want to add sidebars to most of pages and I can’t figure out how to reverse what I did and not come across the original problem.

    Any ideas?




    Hi again,

    I’ve fixed the problem I had before by replacing the template files and the sidebar.php file with the originals and the glitch has now gone. But I have another pretty easy question… I really want the sidebar style that is in the corona demo which displays the pages. It is bigger than the standard one, has arrows after the page title and highlights pages as you move the cursor over them.

    Any ideas how I can get this?

    Cheers again,



    yes, that would be interesting for me, too :-)


    Found it, its the custom menu widget!

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