Sidebar blocks in TB wall - make space for wider posts/articles

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Hey themebrain & merry christmas!

I'm currently using my TB Wall christmas theme on a recently upgraded Drupal 7. I'm trying to style it to work with my content, and one of the things I do have is large videos (600 wide). So, a post with a video will need to be 600 wide, and the blocks on the right should not float over the post. I have set my theme to be 1280px wide, rather than 24 columns etc.

Sadly, no matter what I do, I end up with two blocks next to each other on the right in the "sidebar first" region. If I only have one block enabled, it will float over my wider page/node-view. I want to move this so that it can not do that.

Where should I begin editing this styling to make it work better with a wider node-view?

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Hi Rhino,

It will be better if you could provide a picture to show what you want to achieve. Moreover, there are few options which TB Wall theme provides to adjust a block width. For example, you want a block on the sidebar first region has bigger width. Below are instructions:
* Log in to your site as an admin
* Go to Appearance > TB Wall settings > Layout tab
* Go to Sidebar First region, find the block you want to change width > Click "Block Settings"
* Select Block Style: Wall
* At Grid block, select "Double Grid"
* Click OK > Save configuration

Moreover, if the predefined block styles are not enough, you could define your own block styles. Take a look at our guide Block styles feature to know how. "Block styles" feature is provided by our base theme Nucleus.

Kind regards,
Will

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Hi Will

How about I show a picture of what happens, that I wish to avoid?

I have only two blocks enabled. One with a small image, and one with recent comments. They are both situated in "Sidebar first"

I expected to see the image-block first, and below that, the comment block. Ie; just one row of blocks from top to bottom. Instead I get this:

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ps, I forgot to mention the settings are single grid & 10 columns for that block.

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Oh, I see now that 8 columns does what I want, Thank you for your help!