Jonas Bystrom

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  • in reply to: Possible to mix Post AND page in Responsive slider? #12745

    Jonas Bystrom
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    Aaaah,

    thanks for the tip. Sounds like a great W.A.
    I’ll try it!

    /Jonas

    in reply to: Create 4 columns instead of 3 #5189

    Jonas Bystrom
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    I think BrettOnTheNett means how to change the 3-column layout on the frontpage (with page or post widgets) as displayed on the Executive demo. This is *not* the same as creating 4 columns in any page or post, which is described as above.

    The Executive (and other Genesis child themes?) are using a special front page with special “features”. The layout is created by special widgets only possible to place on this special front page. Unless you dig into the css or php coding.

    - But in this case it is simple.
    In the Editor menu, locate the Executive style.css file and change the “width” to 25%  I.e. “width: 30%;” => “width: 25%;”


    .home-middle .widget,
    .home-top .widget {
    -moz-box-sizing: border-box;
    box-sizing: border-box;
    float: left;
    padding: 0 30px;
    width: 33%;
    }

    This should do the trick. Note, it will change both the “top” and “middle” sections. If not wanted separate those defs.
    Note 2. I have not fully tested this, it works on the front page, but i cannot guarantee it works … in other cases. I find it always to be a risk to change such things as they can turn up in searches, archive listings, etc, etc with a “surprising” result sometimes. However, this seems risk free.

    /Jonas

    • This reply was modified 1 year, 8 months ago by  Jonas Bystrom.
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    in reply to: Best practice to "modify" style.css and functions.php? #4896

    Jonas Bystrom
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    Aaah, OK.
    That’s makes sense.
    I’ll take/use your advise and just continue to edit the *child* theme (Executive) files.

    Thanks!

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