How Thirty Ten converts Twenty Ten to Three Columns

One of the biggest differences you’ll notice between Twenty Ten and Thirty Ten is that Thirty Ten has three columns.  This is incredibly easy to do by using some css that is already available in the Thematic theme along with a few quick fixes.  It enables us to take this:

And turn it into this:

The guide to creating Thirty Ten has a full explanation of how to do this along with all the other changes you see here.  You can also download Thirty Ten and take a look at the code yourself.

About Aaron Jorbin

Polyhistoric man of the web. Currently Technical Architect on the Conde Nast Platform Team and a WordPress Core Committer, he works to improve developer happiness and is dedicated to making the internet usable and enjoyable by everyone. He's probably wearing a bow tie right now.
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3 Responses to How Thirty Ten converts Twenty Ten to Three Columns

  1. Can thirty ten also be utilised on wordpress.com? Assuming the blog is upgraded to editable css.

    Amy x

  2. Chris says:

    How do you remove the sidebars from the twentyten child theme?

    I’ve tried
    unregister_sidebar( __( 'Second Footer Widget Area', 'twentyten' ) );

    but no luck.

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