2 or 3 column category page listing in Minimum Theme

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  • #4743

    wolfcoach
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    How do I get the category listing page in the Minimum theme to display as 2 or 3 columns? Right now, it is displaying only 1 column and I would prefer it be multiple columns.

     

    #4811

    Susan
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    This tutorial should help:

    How to use Content Column Classes


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    #4816

    wolfcoach
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    Thanks for the reply, but this addresses text-columns such as those within posts and pages.  I am referring to the category listing of a series of posts which have been tagged with a specific category (i.e. http://capefearwilmington.com/category/cape-fear-business-break/).  Right now, when you go to a category page, it puts all of the posts categorized under that heading into a 1-column feed.  I’d prefer to make that a 2 or 3 column feed if possible.

    Thanks!

    #5904

    Robert Neu
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    You need to replace the default loop with the Genesis Grid Loop on that category. You can either do this by adding some code to your functions.php file or you can use this handy plugin by Bill Erickson:

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/genesis-grid-loop/

    If you would prefer to do it without a plugin or this doesn’t work for you, please let me know and I’ll help you get it working.


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    #5905

    pauldewouters
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    I agree with FAT media – use Bill Erickson’s grid loop plugin, it will save you some headaches

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