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  • Plugin Author Vladimir Anokhin


    Try visit page with Examples in your dashboard.

    I’m having the same problem with the last column dropping down. Can you explain your response here? I don’t understand this “Try visit page with Examples in your dashboard.”

    Please see the “Rooms” and “Policies” tabs here” http://d139437.u75.uthosting.com/room/memphis-getwell/

    Thanks Vladimir, the plugin is fantastic.

    Plugin Author Vladimir Anokhin


    Plugin creates special page with examples at your dashboard. Visit this page to learn how to use columns properly. Dashboard -> Shortcodes -> Examples -> Columns (thin section with icon).

    Actually, the examples page does NOT show the correct code … as that’s what I used to create the columns in the first place.

    What I found out was I had to add last=”1″ inside the brackets of the final column.

    [su_column size=”1/4″ last=”1″ ] [/su_column]

    It is NOT displayed this way in the examples.

    Plugin Author Vladimir Anokhin


    You don’t need to use last=1. What version of plugin you’re using? Look at the actual examples page – https://db.tt/8iKm53xB


    adding last=”1″ was the only way I could stop the final column from dropping.

    Theme conflict?

    Hi Vladimir, I’m still having trouble with the last column, even when adding the last=1. See here: http://d139437.u75.uthosting.com/

    Any suggestions?

    Hi Vladimir,
    I, too, am having trouble when I use columns that should add up to 100%. The padding may be bumping the last column down. When I reduce the column widths by 2% in the custom CSS box, the columns line up across the page properly. But this causes extra space on the right hand side of the page.
    Is there a way to resolve this without using custom CSS since I would like to disable the custom CSS?
    Here is the website

    Hi guys. The Shortcode does work. You need to create a ‘row’ not a column.

    Each row can be split into columns. I’ve just added 5 to my page and all works well. Yes, it is confusing, but the example code Vladimir shared shows the columns within a row.

    try it out 🙂

    Thank you markmapstone for clarifying that. I really appreciate it!

    Thank you MarkMapStone! It worked like a charm!

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