I’ve always enjoyed using WordPress blogging software from the day I first installed it. It’s simple to work with, is well structured and contains an easy to navigate admin menu. WordPress includes a default template called Kubrick that contains a great simple base design to work with.
However, after using the default Kubrick template for a while, I found the urge to make a few changes here and there. Not only was there desire to customize the look of my site and individualize it to suite my personality, but also the need to improve the functionality of the template.
One feature in particular that I felt was important and needed modification was the sidebar. In my opinion, the sidebar should be viewable on the post pages along with the main page. This way a visitor can navigate through the site with ease once they are done reading a post.