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Hi Team !
I have created 5 columns using the theme options. All the columns generated are of equal width. I want the width of the columns to be 15%,15%,15%,15% and 40%.
Please reply with the necessary changes.
Can you provide a link to the page that needs the adjustment? Since the columns use base sitewide css, the css we give will need to be specific for the page.
I’d be interested in this too. Since we’re talking about the footer, this is independent from any specific page. I would like to be able to change the footer columns globally, i.e. have 3 columns, but 2 x 1/4 and 1 x 1/2 or something in that vain.
Where/How could I do that?
The change would be global for the site, but the css will need to target the column and the widget inside of it to overwrite the current column code (since each column is set to be even with a %).
I’ll put in a feature request with Kriesi for some backend ability for something like this. I agree that it would be a great feature to have :)
I’d be also interested in changing the width of the footer’s columns, i.e. having a 2 column footer, in a 25% – 75% proportion.
While we wait for the backend possibility, is there a way to tweak the code to achieve that?
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