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[resolved] Column Widths (4 posts)

  1. nic_137
    Member
    Posted 7 months ago #

    Hi,
    I'm using [su_column size="1/3"] to create 3 columns on one of my pages. It's working perfectly, except that at the bottom of the 3rd column, the last 2 lines stretch over the 2nd as well as 3rd columns. The 2nd column is shorter than the others. If I add more text in, it looks fine, but when I keep my middle column with less text, the problem appears again.

    I found a shortcode or something that produced the code for me and just asked for my text in each section. I now can't find it again, but the code it produced is:

    [su_row]
    [su_column size="1/3"]

    ....column 1 text....

    [/su_column]
    [su_column size="1/3"]

    ....column 2 text....

    [/su_column]
    [su_column size="1/3"]

    ....column 3 text....

    [su_column size="1/3"]
    [/su_row]

    Thanks very much
    Nicola

  2. ronangelo
    Member
    Theme Author

    Posted 7 months ago #

    [su_column] ?

    These look like plugin shortcodes. You might want to post on that plugin's page so the author could take a look.

    Anyway, looking at your code, it looks like you didn't properly close the shortcode for 3rd column ( [/su_column] ). It's different from the first 2.

  3. nic_137
    Member
    Posted 7 months ago #

    I'm afraid I can't remember which plug in I used - I don't seem to have one currently installed that would do it.

    Thanks for pointing out the error in the code. I fixed it, but now the 3rd column, whilst it is appearing all in the one column now, is set lower than the others, as if there were lots of blank lines, pushing it down the page.

    I don't understand how it's happened, or what to do now? Can you help with new code perhaps?

    I've also tried inserting shortcode columns but the same thing has happened there - the 3rd column is set lower down the page. It's also in a strange font & bold - I'm not sure how to rectify any of that.

    If you can give me any pointers, I'd really appreciate it.

  4. nic_137
    Member
    Posted 7 months ago #

    It's ok, I've figured it out.
    Thanks for your help, once again.
    Nicola

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