Adding Community to another genesis theme

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    therealestatewebguy
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    I’ve added the community sidebar to another genesis theme and I have added the applicable code to home.php, function.php and style.css. The issue I am having is that the communities want to display vertically and I need them to display horizontally.

    Please advise.

    Thanks

    Mike

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    #75080

    Robin
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    On line 1700 of your style.css, you have:

    .communities, .featuredpage, .featuredpost {
    clear: both;
    margin: 0;
    overflow: hidden;
    }

    That clear is making them go vertical even though you have a float: left applied in line 1707. Try removing that.

    You’ll maybe also want to try changing that margin (above) to margin: 0 auto; so that the communities div centers. I think you may want that set to only be for .communities, but haven’t tried that. HTH


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    #75084

    therealestatewebguy
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    Thanks, that worked!!!!

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