Support » Theme: Corpo » Corpo Widgets are stacked on top each other instead of next to each other

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  • When I put three widgets into my footer, they each get the class one-third, which sets the width of each widget to 30.666%, allowing them to fit all the way across. I don’t see the same class assignments to your widgets.

    I have the same problem, my website http://mengaturkeuangan.net

    This happened after I updated Corpo to version 1.3.1. The previous version was fine.

    Theme Author alex27

    (@alex27)

    I’ll have to look into that! Thanks for reporting this!

    Same here :/

    having the same problem.

    Yep. Same here.
    Thanks in advance for finding a quick fix!

    Theme Author alex27

    (@alex27)

    Ok, you can stop reporting now 🙂 I know what’s wrong and I’m working on a fix.

    Theme Author alex27

    (@alex27)

    Theme update with fixes is out, please update your theme 🙂

    Hi,

    In addition, I see some weird behouviour when a widget has a tag using css class “widget” in it, your javascript counts one more widget and sets for example “one-fourth” instead of “one-third”.

    This is fixed in the scripts.js, at the end, lines 32-33 (in v 1.3.2), in the find statement you should set find(‘> .widget’), the “>” is used to get only the first level tags, so it works fine 😉

    Could you add this in the next release ?

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