Support » Theme: Esplanade » Top Widget Width

  • Resolved Heartbr3ak


    I’m looking to make the top widget in the header wider, as it stacks images instead of displaying them horizontally [looking to have a simple scrolling marquee of images there adventually]

    The CSS does have a width, but it just changes its position of the header in the header and not actually makes the widgets content width larger (if that makes sense)

    I assume I’m making a rookie mistake. Any help would be great.

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  • Moderator Andrew Nevins


    Forum moderator

    You may need to provide a link to the webpage and image of the desired layout. Otherwise it’s difficult for forum volunteers to envisage and debug the issue.

    No worries!

    This is what happens when I try to add a set of images side by side:

    They stack vertically instead of fitting in the length of the widget. Text goes the length of the widget, but the images do not; it only shows 1 image per line.

    Moderator Andrew Nevins


    Forum moderator

    Perhaps you need to use the CSS float property?

    Remember to add CSS within Custom CSS functionality, such as that provided by the Jetpack plugin, or within a Child Theme stylesheet.

    It turned out to be a rookie mistake after all and I am now quite embarrassed haha

    For anyone else looking to resolve this in the future: remove display:block from #sidebar-header img in the css and save yourself from looking like a doofus.

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