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Hi. I've updated my wordpress site and Genesis and since then the columns are broken on some pages e.g.: http://www.optima-connections.com/skill-sets/
Where there used to be 2 columns side by side, there is now just one column with gaps.
The code on the page is like this:
[one-half first] Business Areas FX Commodities Equities Fixed Income Risk Management [end-column][one-half] Credit Derivatives Investment Management Quantitative Research [end-column]
The Genesis Framework does not have shortcodes for defining columns. It never did. Shortcodes are indicated by the square brackets: [one-half first].
You have to figure out the plugin or page builder that what used on your site to define the columns to determine its compatibility with current versions.
Thanks. Makes sense as there is indeed a columns plugin installed back when the site was first built
Could you point to me to resources on how to implement columns in these theme without using that plugin?
If you're using Gutenberg, use the column block.
If you're still on the classic editor, you would have to add the column CSS to your style sheet and apply the classes to your content. https://gist.github.com/studiopress/5700003
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