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Hi I'm designing a website with Digital Pro and the layout of the text widgets in the Front Page 3 section are displaying incorrectly...
I want one text widget (the heading) with 4 text widgets underneath (in 1 row)... which is apparently what is meant to happen by default... I've tried deleting, re-ordering, adding more, but no change.
I'm very new to this and not a web designer, but after inspecting the html I can see there is a <small> </small> element added in between the text widget's and when I remove this <small> html it displays fine ... just can't work out what I'm meant to edit within wordpress itself... can anyone advise me which file I would need to modify to modify the layout of this section? (Website is currently under construction so sorry there's no preview but this is what the html looks like... https://www.dropbox.com/s/2bz89huiyhof5vk/Screen%20Shot%202017-01-13%20at%2012.39.31%20pm.png?dl=0)
You are using a flexible widget area. Using 5 widgets in the front-page-3 area should give you configuration #5 as seen on this page: http://my.studiopress.com/setup/digital-pro-theme/home-page-setup/front-page-layout-configurations/#front-page-3-layout.
There is nothing in Genesis or the Digital Pro theme that will insert the small tag between widgets. I can confirm this because I just setup front-page-3 in my local environment with 5 widgets and they display as expected. There is no small tag added to the html.
My guess is that you have a plugin doing this. Are you using any plugin to help modify your CSS? Any page builders? You need to disable all plugins and see if the small tag goes away. If it does, turn on the plugins one at a time until you find the one that is adding the erroneous tag.
Thanks for the ideas, I just disabled all the plugins (except Genesis eNews Extended) and still the same problem... then I checked Genesis eNews Extended and realised I had a <small> tag that wasn't closed!!! All fixed!
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