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I’ve formerly been working with the Column Shortcodes plugin, and while it is similar, I am experiencing the following issue whether I use the site provided shortcode or the other…
When I try to create (for example) three columns, it shows two (columns) on top and one on the bottom. Text or image size does not matter. When I insert a four column code, the same thing. Three on top, one underneath.
Of course, I can utilize the four column code for a three column layout straight across – but would prefer not to have that empty extra ‘column’.
Is this a code error, or something that I may inadvertently be doing?
Any assistance is appreciated. Thanks!
Kindly show us your website URL.
Sorry for the delay in response, site was not yet live.
Switched over to the Perfect theme – still the same column issue.
This is the page with the Shortcodes Ultimate column – it should be 1/2 and 1/2 (so the content should show beside each other.
Now, if I put in THREE columns (leaving one column blank), it will show side-by-side – but with an undesired space obviously.
However, this does indicate that the images ARE re-sizing without any problem. I simply cannot get a 1/2 + 1/2 column setup to show correctly.
It is not the SU plugin, as I have the same issue utilizing another column plugin.
Thanks in advance,
Kindly go to Appearance>>Theme Option>>Basic Setting>>Custom CSS Box
Add this code there:
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