Want to make home page panes different sizes

  • intricatemachine

    #2886

    Hello,

    I am wondering if there is a way to make one of the home page panes a different from the rest.

    On the homepage of my site the pane to the left will only contain a small image and a headline. I would like for this pane to be less wide than the others which will contain a fairly large amount of text.

    Is there a way to make only the left pane smaller and keep the middle and right pane equal size.

    Thanks so much!

    URL:

    http://www.tkogfx.com/boccia_dev

    Josh

    #22419

    Hmmm… looking at the css, it doesn’t look like there is a unique ID for each homepage “pane”. I’ll have to look further into the code to see how they are generated.

    intricatemachine

    #22420

    Yeah. I’ve been playing with it a bit trying to assign a class to each excerpt in the html for each post by just using “<div class=…” and then wrapping the whole excerpt in that div in each post. I set it to allow <div> tags in excerpts and have then been trying to add the style for each new class in the “add custom css” box.

    So far I haven’t managed to get it working this way though. The php is over my head so I was trying to find a solution without getting into that. I’m not sure if what I’m doing will even work but I thought it was worth a shot.

    intricatemachine

    #22421

    hmm… that approach doesn’t seem to be working out. looks like php might be required here.

    intricatemachine

    #22422

    yeah. i’m totally stumped. would def appreciate any thoughts on this one. this whole learning php thing is tricky.

    thanks a ton!

    Josh

    #22423

    Hmmm… I guess the question comes down to is there a way to assign a unique ID to each homepage pane.

    This is a question for Syahir. Let’s be patient 🙂

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    Syahir Hakim

    #22424

    Unique ID for every homepage pane will be added in Graphene 1.6. Thanks for bringing this issue out.

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