Support » Plugin: Pinterest Pinboard Widget » Thumbnails are all shifted to the left

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  • I was having this same issue. The problem is the container display is too small. You need to open the style.css file inside of your ../plugins/pinterest-pinboard-widget folder.

    Change this:

    ‘#pinterest-pinboard-widget-container .row { width: 200px; height: 65px; }’

    to this:

    ‘#pinterest-pinboard-widget-container .row { width: 275px; height: 65px; }’

    Adjust the width as necessary for your site.

    Brandon

    Plugin Author codefish

    (@codefish)

    Hello, do you still have the issue with the plugin. Can you submit the link of the actual plugin page?

    Plugin Author codefish

    (@codefish)

    Let me know if I can help out, for now I’m closing this thread.

    i have this same issue. The icons on the 3×3 grid are all shifted to the left outside my widget area. not lining up left justified.

    I tried that brandonecarr suggested and edit the css file to a larger width but that did not change anything.

    So i have the pinterest widget on both the sidebar, and the footer.

    link to my page:
    http://www.ginalamorte.com

    I was able to fix this by going into the CSS and changing some code.
    I changed this:
    { margin-top: 10px; }
    to this:
    { margin-top: 10px; margin-left: 20px }

    so it’s a temporary fix to shift it to the correct space anyways.

    Plugin Author codefish

    (@codefish)

    I see the CSS for .row is not set correctly in the plugin. Try this:

    #pinterest-pinboard-widget-container .row { width: 195px; height: 65px; padding: 0px; margin: 0px; }

    That should fix your issue. I will release it in the upcoming version.

    yes, that did correct it. Thank you!

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