Support » Plugin: RSS Aggregator by Feedzy - Powerful WP Autoblogging and News Aggregator » Can the number of Feedzy columns vary/move responsively, with multiple feeds?

  • Resolved websta

    (@websta)


    Thank you for the awesome plugin. It’s really great.

    Note: We are trying to add multiple RSS feeds into a single Feedzy display, aligned in a responsive grid. We are currently using a shortcode on a Page to include the multiple feeds. My understanding is that using a single WordPress widget to display multiple feeds renders the results in a single column(?). If there is a way to display a single widget, with multiple RSS feeds, in a responsive grid (rather than a single column), that would be preferable, I believe.

    So, to increase responsiveness, is there a way to automatically decrease the number of Feedzy columns in a grid layout, based on page width?

    On this site, for example, I would normally prefer to have 3 columns. However, on smartphones or tablets, the three columns are rendered too narrow to look or work well. Is there a way for the columns to automatically be reduced — to responsively move one or two of the columns below posts appearing in the left column?

    The page I need help with: [log in to see the link]

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  • Plugin Support Poonam Namdev

    (@poonam9)

    Hello @websta,

    I had a look at your website and it seems like it’s happening because of the CSS of your theme.
    You can add following custom CSS to Appearance -> Customize -> Additional CSS section to show the one column layout in mobile devices.

    @media only screen and (max-width: 480px) {
    .grid .rss_item {
        width: 100%;
        float: none;
    } }
    Thread Starter websta

    (@websta)

    Thank you for your help! I added an “!important” to the width and it worked very well.

    Thanks again for your awesome work!

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