I'm building a website on WordPress through a child theme based on Dazzling. The website is http://theaerogeek.com/

The problem I'm having is that the sidebar of my website is being shown on the right side, even though on the theme's configuration on WordPress dashboard it is set to be on the left.

The problem seemed to arise when I uploaded the header.php file (I'm not sure if it was when I created header.php or when I created style.css). When I inspect the page, the tag that contains the sidebar (widget area) is div#secondary.widget-area.col-sm-12.col-md-4 . However, I can't find this tag neither on the header.php nor the style.css. Does anyone know how to fix the problem?

  • Do you want to keep the option of moving sidebar to the right / left? Or you do not care about that and you just need the sidebar to be on the left. I looked at your website, the problem occurred when you changed the header.php file. – nmr Aug 28 '18 at 11:13
  • If I could keep the option to move, it would be good, but I don't mind have it fixed on the left. Do you know what the problem is specifically? – Rodrigo de Oliveira Aug 28 '18 at 15:10
  • You deleted the code in header.php that read the option and set the appropriate CSS class. Can you paste header.php code? – nmr Aug 28 '18 at 15:14
  • it is too long to paste it here. Is there anyway I can send it to you? – Rodrigo de Oliveira Aug 29 '18 at 17:34
  • use for example Pastebin, account is not needed – nmr Aug 29 '18 at 18:00

I just checked your site, if you want to move the sidebar to the left, add this to your CSS.

@media (min-width:992px) {
 .col-md-1,.col-md-10,.col-md-11,.col-md-12,.col-md-2,.col-md-3,.col-md-4,.col-md-5,.col-md-6,.col-md-7,.col-md-8,.col-md-9 {

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