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I have been attempting to create a row on my custom home page (based off of the Genesis Sample Theme) that is Slider on the left, and Genesis Featured Posts Widget on the right. The problem is that I cannot get the Featured Posts Widget to maintain the same height as the slider when the browser window is resized.
Any assistance would be welcome!
Note: the "home-featured-left" and "home-featured-right" widget areas are contained within a "home-featured" container.
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My apologies - I probably didn't describe what I am looking to do well enough.
In desktop view you see the slider on the left, and featured posts area on the right. But when you resize the browser window, you'll see that the slider resizes appropriately, but the featured widgets remain a longer column. I'm looking to keep the ratio the same when the browser resizes, up until it snaps to full width for both the widget areas.
Thanks for taking a look...
My issue is that the two widget columns don't stay flush against the top of the "Home Strap" area in blue while resizing.
What people see in full size: (note how both the slider and featured post widget are flush against the blue space)
What people see RIGHT NOW when browser is made smaller: (note how the featured posts area is longer than the slider, making it no longer flush against the blue space)
What I'd like people to see when browser is made smaller:
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