Support » Theme: Uptown Style » Edit number of blog post columns

  • Resolved lizziejoycee


    Below my site identity, primary menu and hero image, I have a list of all my blog posts in 1 column. I’d like there to be 2 or 3 blogs listed side by side – basically how the thumbnail of the Uptown Style them looks.

    Does anyone know what CSS, plugin or general setting I need to adjust to make this happen?

    My site it not up yet so cannot share link.


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  • Hi @lizziejoycee,

    Let’s see what can be done. Since your page is not live, I cannot create a CSS code that would be suited for your website.

    Here is the code you may use, but note that it will affect only the page you use for posts(Which is set in Customizer > Homepage Settings

    .blog article {
        width: 33%;
        display: inline-block;

    This code will allow for a 3 column layout. If you increase the width value you can get a 2 column layout. This is up to you to decide and apply some additional styles or tweaks according to your personal preference.

    I hope this helps, have a nice day,

    Hello Andrija

    That CSS didn’t work unfortunately. Are there other settings as well perhaps?

    & thinking about it now, I’d like there to be multiple columns across all menus when viewing blog posts, not just the homepage. Is that possible?

    Thank you


    Hi @lizziejoycee,

    Sorry to hear this did not work out as expected, unfortunately without a test page I cannot generate a code as your theme could be customized.

    If there is any way you can provide a test page link, at least temporarily, then I would be able to see what is going on in the code of your page and adjust the code accordingly. The code provided works on a clean installation of Uptown Style theme.

    Unfortnunately, I’m not allowed to login to your website, but according to the page markup I could make edits needed for code to work on your website, so page link is all that is needed.

    To answer your question, yes it is possible to adjust all other pages that display blog posts with some more adjustments to the CSS code.

    I’m here to help you out further, have a nice day,

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