rainyofthedark wrote:Unfortunately the link you provided doesn't address the issue, because the issue is not with pages nor with sidebars.
It's to do with the WIDTH of the page not staying consistent between the pages and the category view. The sidebars are okay, and the pages are okay. But if you click on the category name, the width reverts to a smaller one instead of a larger one.
Actually the link helps more than you realize. Read this carefully:
Another related misconception I have seen is more fundamental – users tend to explicitly assign a template to every view (such as categories, date archives etc) and then wonder what they should do for views that are not available (like something introduced by a plugin). This is a case of over-complicating the problem. If you have established a specific layout to your default view (like 1 sidebar, with the first sidebar positioned left), you must not assign the “Single Left Sidebar” to individual templates – that is pointless unless you want different column widths. Instead let everything inherit the default layout. Conversely if you want a single left sidebar layout for every link in your site, simply set the default view to have 1 sidebar with the first sidebar positioned left. Don’t worry about assigning templates to everything else because they will all use the default layout.
Here is the key distinction: you are setting widths in Margins and Sizes. The settings in that page apply ONLY to pages or views styled with a default layout. If you use something like "Single Left, Single Right Sidebars" for categories (and you seem to be using that for everything, quite needlessly), you have to set the widths in Templates -> Single Left, Single Right Sidebars.