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I'm trying to duplicate the three columns of unordered lists that the Workstation Pro sample shows here. See the 2nd, 3rd, 4th Text Widgets. How do you get the three lists (widgets) to align together in one row? When I create two lists, they each are in their own row. When I create three lists, the first is in its own row and the second and third are together in a second row.
This is a work in progress so content and layout is changing by the minute. The columns I'm referring to have the headings Benefits of Blogging, Class Syllabus, and Prerequisites. I'm trying to get them aligned in one row but cannot, even if I use only a single word in the title and list items.
I've now figured out the 3-column configuration is only available in Front-Page-1. However, I wish to have it in Front-Page-2. Thus I need to change the settings for Front-Page-2 to match. Where can I do this? I'm not finding anything in the CSS for Front-Page-2 and the little it has for Front-Page-1 does not establish these columns. Any advice?
Ah hah. So I'm a bit slow.:-) After working with this a bit and rereading this Workbench Pro page yet another time, I finally understand! No matter the Front-Page number, the layout will always follow the same order. So I need to have a single full row in every Front-page before I can have columns. The order must follow the numbered order provided by Workstation Pro, unless I'm willing to do some major coding. In that case, I should perhaps just go with another child theme.
I think you need to change the class. What type of widget does the theme setup guide use in the widget area you refer to?
You should be able to change th class to match the type of widget you use.
Thanks Brad for responding. Do you know where I can make these changes? I couldn't find any class settings for Front-Page in style.css other than colors.
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