Support » Plugin: Simple Staff List » CSS columns

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  • You could rewrite some of the css styling, using the div tags and spacing.

    `div.main_inner {
    display: table;
    }

    div.staff-member {
    float:left;/*fix for buggy browsers*/
    display:table-column;
    width:230px;
    height:250px;
    text-align: center;
    vertical-align: middle;
    }

    Perfect thanks.

    Hi – where does this code actually go?

    Sorry for being dumb!

    Plugin Author Brett Shumaker

    (@brettshumaker)

    @danbdavies you can put this code into the the Custom CSS box on the plugin’s “Templates” page.

    Thanks, I tried that but it doesn’t make any difference to layout. 🙁

    Plugin Author Brett Shumaker

    (@brettshumaker)

    Try unchecking the checkbox above the custom CSS box that says something about an external stylesheet. The plugin might be unable to create the stylesheet it needs. Unchecking that box will force the plugin to write the styles directly to the page when it displays your staff listing.

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