Support » Plugin: Div Shortcode » Can there be multiple classes?

  • Web Studio West

    (@web-studio-west)


    Can the DIV shortcode have more than one class?

    For example: [div class="testimonial last"]

    I’ve tried a space and comma between classes but no luck. So I have a feeling I know what the answer is, but thought I’d ask.

    This is a great WordPress plug-in that I use all the time. I want the div to appear in the WordPress visual editor so other people working on the site know it’s there. A normal div tag in the text editor doesn’t appear in the visual editor.

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  • SiGa

    (@siga)

    For Genesis column classes, you actually have to use two classes for the first in a row:
    [div class="one-half first"]
    Works fine for me, also in other cases.

    Web Studio West

    (@web-studio-west)

    Thanks SiGa. I realize the problem now. I was using my own CSS for the class “last” but there was already a class with the same name in the theme style sheet. Giving my class a unique name solved the problem.

    SiGa

    (@siga)

    Yes, one of my first thoughts was that it might be related to the class itself rather than the plugin, as using multiple classes was never a problem for me… Glad to hear you were able to solve it. 🙂

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