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Bedford: Hide Page Sidebar?

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Per the Bedford 'Read Me' information:

Bedford features sidebars that appears in several situations:

• Folder Navigation, on the left of any Page inside a Folder• Category Navigation, on on the left any Product List with categories• Blog Sidebar, on the right side of Blog pages

You can choose to show the title of the Folder or Product collection. If you don’t want to show the sidebars, you can choose to hide them entirely with a Style Editor option.

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Yes, I am on a page within a folder and there is no option like that in the style editor (or anywhere else). I would attach a screenshot but don't see how to do that here. The strangest thing though, when I copied and pasted my options below, 3 "Hide" options are there but the only ones that are actually visible to me are the "Sub Nav.." options. Maybe it's a display or browser issues. I am using Firefox 35.0.1.

SidebarHide Product Category NavHide Page SidebarHide Sidebar TitleSub Nav Title FontSub Nav Title ColorSub Nav Link FontSub Nav Link ColorSub Nav Link (Active)

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Is it possible to hide the sidebar in one folder, but not it all folders? It seems to be a global effect when I click the "hide sidebar" option.

I tried adding this to my page header code injection: #folderNav { display: none !important; }

It did hide the sidebar navigation, but it did not make the main content fill the whole width like it does when you turn it off site-wide. Instead, it shifted the (narrower) main content over to where the sidebar had been, leaving a big blank space on the other side of the screen.

Any help?

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@petercblanchard you can hide the sidebar on specific pages by doing placing this code into the Page Settings > Advanced Tab > Header Code Injection:

 #folderNav {display:none;}
 #content {width:100% !important;}

If you want to hide the sidebar on all pages within a folder, place that code in the header code injection section of each page.

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