On of the biggest hurdle I’ve dealt with was designing around the Webcomic plug in at certain areas.
Michael Sisk’s Webcomic is a great tool that keeps being updated to keep up with WordPress’. I’ve tried ComicPress before, but I found it too complicated when it came to posting and organizing comics.
One thing that keeps bugging me though is the lack of options when it comes to sidebars. You see, sidebars have been a torn on my side when it comes to individual comic navigation.
As illustrated above, with a php trick on a child theme, I can remove the contents but not the space itself. It makes the overall page with dead space, and that’s never good.
I was able to work around this obstacle by just doing away with the sidebar from the beginning. I set all of the intended info on top from now on.