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Hello all,
I’m using backdraft to build a site and I am using a sidebarLeft and a sidebarRight module. When I draw my browser window to a mobile size the sidebarRight pops up to the top. I would like it to fall below my sidebarLeft. Can anyone tell me what to do in this case. It was working that way before but I have clearly messed something up.

Thanks.
Billy

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Hi Billy,

gosh - I just can see the code and here it is the #sidebarRight the first published item and the #sidebarLeft the second.

So I assume, that the #sidebarRight had been the FIRST you added followed by the left.

So Freeway spoken, the first item in sidebarWrapper needs to be the “sidebarLeft” and the second “sidebarRight”.

But it needs to be exactly the other way round and then, the slider goes below the other item.

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Thomas


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Yep, this is common. The problem is that the sidebarRight is actually before sidebarLeft in the output HTML. If you look in the Freeway sidebar, you should see that it goes something like this:

  1. sidebarRight
  2. sidebarLeft

We need to reverse that. To do so, first select the sidebarRight element. Copy it to the clipboard (⌘C), then delete it (⌦). Now, select the sidebarLeft element. Press the → arrow once. This will put your cursor inline right after sidebarLeft. Paste (⌘V) sidebarRight in here.


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… but it’s pretty interesting cause it offers some opportunities I never thought about (mainly caused by usually floating everything left).

Have to keep this in mind (sorting order HTML output)

“Causa Vice Versa”

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Freeway is doing the correct thing if the right column is floated right. Right has to come before left if they are to be side-by-side and aligned at the top. If both right and left columns are floated left, though, then you can have them in left, right order.

Walter

On Jun 18, 2014, at 4:01 AM, Thomas Kimmich wrote:

… but it’s pretty interesting cause it offers some opportunities I never thought about (mainly caused by usually floating everything left).

Have to keep this in mind (sorting order HTML output)

“Causa Vice Versa”

Cheers

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… never doubted, Walter - NEVER.

I simply often asked myself (shame on me!!) how to drop a sidebar on top of the content (rather then below) and NOW I know it - yeah, that’s what I call “educational progress” ( … certainly never confess, not knowing this before).

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