Have you tried the tutorial found here http://my.studiopress.com/tutorials/content-column-classes/ that will create column classes? That should take care of your issue.
I tried that, but the content boxes butted up against each other and the columns were different sizes. Box 2 was wider than box 1 even though they were in the same column. I tried the col width attribute, but that did nothing. Right now they’re in a table which looks nice on desktop, but on mobile are squished and the right column is partly off-screen. Any suggestions for designing the table so it fits on mobile screen? I’m using Serenity Theme (which is not mobile responsive) and WP Mobile plugin.
Oops. the mobile plugin is WPTouch.
Your site looks good on a tablet and on an iPod in landscape. iPod portrait orientation is only 240px wide and causes the right column to be partly obscured. Because you’re using WPTouch, they could probably best advise on if/how to adjust for this.
(I got an an annoying popup only from the ipod view – not sure if that’s intended or if WPtouch does something?)
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