Support » Theme: Frontier » After content widgets – side by side?

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  • Theme Author ronangelo

    (@ronangelo)

    With CSS you can try to apply a certain width percentage on the widgets. Then add float to make them appear side-by-side. float: left; width: 33.33%;

    Thanks! sorry for the delay, I’ve been on vacation and off the grid for 2 weeks.

    I went to look at the code to grab the right section to put in the custom file, and it shows that area as widget-wrap-after-content. However, the css file only has widget-after-post-content. Am I missing some css code somewhere?

    Just checking in, to make sure that the widgets I want to alter are the right ones. What widget css applies to the ones directly under the content?

    Thanks!

    Theme Author ronangelo

    (@ronangelo)

    Try adding this on the option page’s Custom CSS tab:

    .widget-after-post-content {
       float: left;
       width: 33.33%;
    }

    Hmm. That didn’t work, so I went and looked at the code again with Firebug, and it was widgets-after-content. Altered the css and that worked. http://www.sivb.net .

    Thanks!!

    I wanted a white background, and added background-color: white; to the code, and only the first one changed, which is weird.

    I checked firebug again, and they are all showing that as the widget name, but only the first one changed. There is no background color in my code within the widget itself.

    Ideas?

    Theme Author ronangelo

    (@ronangelo)

    Hmm. That didn’t work, so I went and looked at the code again with Firebug, and it was widgets-after-content

    Since you mentioned the word content, I assumed you meant the widget that’s after/below the content. The one you wanted was the widget after/outside the post.

    I checked firebug again, and they are all showing that as the widget name, but only the first one changed. There is no background color in my code within the widget itself.

    Check the CSS codes you’ve added on the Custom CSS tab. You’ve set a bg color for 3 text widgets just before you’ve added the bg color for .widget-after-content.

    thank you sir, that did the trick!

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