March 12, 2018 at 19:15 UTC - Views: 34 #53796Answered
I have a client site built on Weaver II Pro that uses show_posts to show each item (FI + title, fixed width box) floated left, so that the list of items fills one row, then the next, etc. until all items are displayed. Here’s that page: http://customknivesbymike.com/
I cloned that site to a new location, http://cambriacleaningcompany.com/newKnives/, to upgrade it to Weaver Xtreme. Notice how the show_posts items are now all single column down the page.
I located the problem:
With Weaver II, each article.post in the containing wvr-show-posts div follows the previous article with no intervening code, and the float:left works as intended.
With Weaver Xtreme, each article.post in the atw-show-posts div is followed by a“clear:both div”
which breaks the intended float behavior.
Any suggestions on how to work around this?
(Both sites on WP 4.9.4 and latest versions of themes and plugins)March 12, 2018 at 22:39 UTC - Views: 32 #53800Best Answer
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Did you use custom CSS to define the columns.
If so, you may want to have a look at the article below for the new one you may needMarch 12, 2018 at 22:59 UTC - Views: 32 #53801
Thanks, Scrambler, but these are not columns, but rather a series of left-floated, fixed-width boxes.
As the browser page narrows, the number of boxes per row reduces, like this, where each numeral represents a box:
(However, let me try the approach you suggest, it may even work better)March 12, 2018 at 23:36 UTC - Views: 27 #53802
OK, Scrambler, I tried the https://guide.weavertheme.com/display-posts-in-more-than-3-columns/ approach and it is an acceptable workaround to my problem, in fact, it works much more nicely than my original approach.
Thank you for the fast response to my question.March 13, 2018 at 02:55 UTC - Views: 21 #53804
Glad it does what you want. It can easily be tweaked if needed
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