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I have this piece of code:

<section class="row row-3">
      <section class="column column-1 grid-width-19 grid-left-0">
      <section class="column column-2 grid-width-5 grid-left-0">
</section>

The first section of the row (column-1) will have variable height depending on the content. The second section (column-2) is the sidebar, and always has the same content (widgets) and height. I now need this sidebar (column-2)section to be the same height as the first (column-1)section.

As I'm using headway Themes, so I cannot add any div's, or ID's to the layout. I therefor don't know how to use the scripts I find on the internet.

Any help much appreciated!

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Just some friendly advice. With 6 questions asked and a 0% accept rate, you might not get the attention to answers you need. –  Brian Fegter Sep 5 '12 at 15:39
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We can do this without touching theme files either by using a child theme or Writing a Custom Plugin,

To include only css I'd use plugin rather than a child theme.

Example -

<?php
/*
Plugin Name: My Styles
Description: My Custom Styles for THEME-NAME 
*/
//Create a `my-style.css` in plugin folder    
add_action( 'wp_enqueue_scripts', 'wpse64258_custom_styles' );
function wpse64258_custom_styles() {
    wp_register_style( 'my-style', plugins_url('my-style.css', __FILE__) );
    wp_enqueue_style( 'my-style' );
}
?>

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