Support » Plugin: A-Z Listing » Where is a-z-listing-multi-column.example.php

  • I can’t find that file, so I can’t organize multi-column listing.
    It’s appears to be a great plugin, but a little bit more help to implement multi-column query would be fine. Otherwise is almost useless, unless you want to have a never-ending scrolling pages.

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  • Plugin Author Daniel Llewellyn

    (@diddledan)

    Hi,

    Sorry I didn’t get to this post sooner. The multiple column feature is now used out-of-the-box so you don’t need to do anything other than install/activate the plugin and add the shortcode to a post.

    If you are not seeing the correct styling then it is likely that the plugin doesn’t realise the shortcode is active on the page being shown. This happens with some page-builder plugins depending upon how they save the shortcode definition. The good news is you can add a line of PHP to your theme’s functions.php file which will force the styling to load:

    add_action( 'init', 'a_z_listing_force_enable_styles', 99 );
    

    I hope this helps. Otherwise, please feel free to ask for clarifications or advice and I will do my best to get you running.

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