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[Resolved] Top Widget Width

  • 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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  • 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: http://i48.tinypic.com/21bveck.png

    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.

    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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