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I have edited the pages and categories to all look the same and have a right sidebar, so when I click to a page or category they are same layout and also search results and archives and tag archives.

However when I click on the post title or posted on date the layout is different (no sidebar).

Does anyone know how I can make this look the same as other pages/categories with the right sidebar or which file I need to edit in the directory?

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marked as duplicate by Michael, toscho Aug 7 '13 at 19:02

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Turn on debugging to see what template page you are loading. – Wyck Aug 7 '13 at 17:17
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<?php get_sidebar(); ?>

to single.php in the same place as the other files, i.e. right before

<?php get_footer(); ?>

You also need to go to style.css, and remove the margins for .singular and .singular #content, .left-sidebar.singular #content.

In version 1.5 of this theme css only has,

.singular #content,
.left-sidebar.singular #content

Plus you need to take the margin: and width: set for #primary{} ID and copy/paste to .singular #primary{}

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Why do you think that this helps? – kaiser Aug 7 '13 at 17:11
@kaiser See edit. I tested it on mine, and it works. – James Christopher Aug 7 '13 at 17:19
IMO he just doesn't know what template he got... Edit Just read your edit. Ok might fit now :) – kaiser Aug 7 '13 at 17:48

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