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[Resolved] [Plugin: WP Post Columns] Columns where I don’t want them

  • Also using Thesis 1.7, but I think that’s irrelevant. I installed the plugin to use on a couple of static pages. Without any more input on my part except activating the plugin, I got two equal columns on the one page I put posts. I don’t want them. I tried deactivating the plugin, with no change. I deleted it, no change. I reinstalled it and coded the page as follows
    [column width=”100%]
    [/column]

    No change. I even reinstalled WP3.0, no change. I’d really like to get rid of the plugin altogether. Where did these uncoded columns come from, and why won’t they go away?

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/wp-post-columns/

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  • Know what? It was a Thesis issue. That’s what I get for trying too many things simultaneously. I apologize, and I’m looking forward to reloading the plugin and testing it.

    Maybe it is just a typo, but you are missing the end quote in the code:
    [column width=”100%”]

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