Let’s say you have a page with a left sidebar like this one:
Computer view of a page with a left sidebar
Our system uses responsive design, and by default will place the left sidebar content before/above the main content area when the page is viewed on mobile or tablets in vertical/portrait mode. That’s adequate in most situations. However, in the case above you will probably want to override this behaviour, because on mobile those quotes should appear after/below the main content area, rather than before it.
You can now change that behaviour for specific pages simply by editing the Page Properties of the page and switching the Page Template in the Special tab from Default to Left sidebar after main on mobile:
The Page Template setting
As the name implies, this template setting will display the left sidebar content after the main content when the page is viewed on mobile (and also on tablets in portrait/vertical mode.) Computers or tablets in portrait mode will not be affected. So in this example, the mobile view would be similar to this:
As you scroll down, you will then see the left sidebar content: