Removing Sidebars from WordPress Templates | WordPress Hacks. The easiest and quickest way to remove sidebars from your WordPress pages at the template and stylesheet level. In this tutorial/hack, we simply show how we do a removal in a theme and walk you through what you need to do in your own.
Here is the code mentioned in the tutorial:
First, go to Dashboard - Appearance - Widgets, delete all the widgets that appear in the sidebar. Then, move to Appearance - Editor, navigate to Stylesheet (style.css), search for the following codes:
Change the “width” to 100%.
Then search for:
Change the “width” to a larger value, such as 1000px or 100% if it is in a percentage.
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