October 16, 2012

How to Add Sidebar’s To The Twenty Eleven Theme Without A Plugin Or Child Theme

I’ve read a ton of opinions and views about the quality and purpose of the standard Twenty Eleven theme, some good, some bad.  Some say the theme is completely unfinished and that it makes no sense why they wouldn’t even have sidebar’s already added to the post…

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