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I want to use the Altitude Pro theme for my blog. Unfortunately the widgets won't display as supposed to. At the Studiopress website in the Altitude theme set up, I found this image of how a set of widgets should look like: https://s3.amazonaws.com/screensteps_live/images/copyblogger/296641/1/rendered/53ff9327-16f4-460a-9d99-7ec6203ea39c_display.png
If you look at my homepage: http://beta.datajournalistiek.nl/ You'll see that the second widget area should show 3 widgets, 1 and then 2 next to each other, but doesn't. Below that there's a widget area that should show 1 widget and then 3 next to each other (4 total) but doesn't...
All suggestions for a solution of this problem are highly apreciated. Thanks!
I can't say with certainty, but I think the iframe from the SNAP widget is probably throwing things off. Try just a plain text widget in place of the iframe and see if it makes a difference.
Thanks for the suggestion Victor. Unfortunately it does not seem to be the solution.
All other ideas are welcomed... 🙂
Have you found a solution yet? I'm having the same problem 🙂 It's so frustrating
I worked around it using this column solution, putting my content in between the tags:
<div class="one-half first">content left column </div>
<div class="one-half">content right column</div>
This also works with <div class="one-third first"> and probably fourth and fifth as well. 🙂
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