Support » Plugin: Column-Matic » Changing number of columns

  • Resolved Taneya

    (@taneya)


    Hello,

    I have installed this plugin and set up the CSS to do three columns. Does this mean that throughout the whole site now I can only use three columns? What do I do if I wanted a page on the site to have two columns instead? With the CSS defined for three columns, a two column layout presents cells that are too wide.

    I’m hopeful that someone can advise. Thanks!

    Taneya

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/column-matic/

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  • Plugin Author Baden

    (@baden03)

    Taneya,

    Why not set up both column schemes (two-column & three-column) in css like so:

    //two columns
    .two_left {
    }
    .two_right {
    }
    
    //two columns
    .three_left {
    }
    .three_center {
    }
    .three_right {
    }

    Thank you for the suggestion. I have put your code into the stylesheet, but it doesn’t appear to affect it. It seems like when I do two columns, it just puts that information in what would be column 1 and column 2 and column 3 is just left blank. Hmmm..I’ll look at this some more later this weekend.

    Plugin Author Baden

    (@baden03)

    ah, ok. what classes are you giving your two columns?
    Can you post both your shotcodes and the css definitions for your double columns?

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