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#1 2015-05-09 08:34:20

Registered: 2015-04-27
Posts: 62

Wordpress Column Width, Custom.css

I am now setting up my wordpress TTG and would like to have the main body width at 75% width and the right column width at 25%.  I can see from Google Chrome, inspect element, this is in the scaffolding.min.css file.  Is it best to change the percentages there or is there a custom css place I should make this change, or can I select a different container / grid?

Thank you


#2 2015-05-09 08:54:46

rod barbee
From: Port Ludlow, WA USA
Registered: 2012-09-24
Posts: 17,830

Re: Wordpress Column Width, Custom.css

if you need to customize, always use custom css as any changes you make to an exported file will be overwritten next time you export.
Custom css is already set up in phplugins, you just need to enable phplugins and edit the file to enable custom css … custom_css

but to your question about 75% body width, you can set that in the plug-in using 9 columns (out of 12)
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#3 2015-05-09 09:03:57

Registered: 2015-04-27
Posts: 62

Re: Wordpress Column Width, Custom.css

Oh man that is cool, missed that setting, thank you, perfect.


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