Definitions for "Sidebar"
(law) a courtroom conference between the lawyers and the judge that is held out of the jury's hearing
A conference between the judge and lawyers held out of earshotof the jury and spectators.
A conference between the judge and lawyers, usually in the courtroom, out of earshot of the jury and spectators.
A secondary news story that supports or amplifies a major story.
A short section of copy focusing on a single issue and used to augment or summarize key points of the main article.
A supporting story that accompanies another story and typically supplies background or auxiliary information.
n. a cylinder locking member mounted longitudinally in a plug, which engages multiple tumblers
One or more columns along one or both sides of most blogs main page, usually used for blogroll links, contact information etc.
A lock part located at the 'side' of the plug and fitting into longitudinal grooves in both the plug and the lock body. This keeps the plug from turning until the sidebar is retracted into the plug. Retraction is blocked until the correct key (or picking) moves the pins or other tumblers to positions which cease to block the retraction or produce some other action allowing the retraction. A sidebar can add additional positioning beyond the usual "shear line" and so can make picking more difficult. A number of locks use a sidebar to increase security.
The sidebar was an extra bar that would appear on the side of your Windows screen that would contain customizable information or widgets. Unfortunately, this has been removed from Windows Vista.
a vertical bar positioned usually on the right hand side of the screen.
a separated area within your browser which shows a normal webpage
A separate section on a webpage that runs in alignment with the main content, and usually contains links.
Keywords:  neopets, browsing, theme, website, you
a theme that you use while browsing the Neopets website
Keywords:  panel, left, browser, interface, window
a user interface panel on the left-hand side of your browser window