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When I use the column layout shortcode, it is adding undefined columns in addition to the specified number of columns required. This has only recently started happening after I accidentally typed text into the input box in the popup modal window. Since deleting the text, the extra undefined column is added each time the shortcode is used.
What exactly is the additional shortcode text that is getting popped out?
I don’t think there is any way for a mistake like that to really modify/break the shortcode window but you can always try re-installing the theme overtop of itself. Make sure to download the most recent version available from your downloads on Themeforest so that you install the most recent update/version as well.
If I add any number of columns it is appended to the end, here is an example using two columns;
[one_half first]Content for 1/2 Column here[/one_half]
[one_half]Content for 1/2 Column here[/one_half]
[undefined_half]Content for 156/2 Column here[/undefined_half]
Strange, I’ve never heard of that happening. You can try re-installing the theme overtop of itself in case a file has been corrupted. It may be as simple as that but if it isn’t causing any major issues with functionality and there are no other symptoms of a problem it will be a bit hard to track down exactly whats going on.
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