Homepage Panes Alignment

  • balanced


    I’m using the latest version of Graphene on my WordPress install. I made a fresh install a few weeks ago. New database and everything. Before my new install, I could get the homepage posts to align side by side. I may have had to edit the style.css but it’s been so long, I don’t remember.

    Now with the new install, my posts are aligned incorrectly. For instance two posts should be side-by-side and horiziontal. But the two posts seem to be in two separate rows and the first post looks left-aligned on the first row and the second post looks to be right-aligned and on a second row.

    I believe it would be a simple padding edit in the stylesheet, but where…

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    Kenneth John Odle


    With a fresh install of Graphene, these should line up side by side automatically. It’s possible that a plugin is adding in some extra margin somewhere…

    I believe it would be a simple padding edit in the stylesheet, but where…

    Do not edit theme files. Use theme features or a child theme. It saves a lot of headaches down the road, and makes it easy to use your modifications with another site.

    Add this to Custom CSS or a child theme stylesheet:

    .homepage-pane {margin-left: 0;}

    That should do the trick, but if you haven’t edited the stylesheet, that extra space is coming from somewhere.

    Let us know how it works out.




    .homepage-pane {margin-left: 0;}

    That worked flawlessly!

    Thank you!


    Syahir Hakim


    Marking thread as resolved. You can do this yourself as well.

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