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Child theming is a safe way to modify a theme. A child theme inherits a "parent themes" styles and then can selectively override. This alternative to "destructive" editing allows for safe updating of the parent theme and provides an easy way to undo theme changes.

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This very much depends on the theme you are using, but here is how you would go about it. Locate where the sidebar div is being added. Then wrap the sidebar in a !is_home() check then it will only lo …
answered Nov 3 '11 by Andy James
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Every good and solid piece of advice you will get about making wordpress themes or frameworks will likely come with a suggestion to make it "child theme ready". This is because many developers unders …
answered Nov 2 '11 by Andy James