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  • #10310
    Mary Stremmel
    Participant

    I am using the blog to post an FAQ section and I would prefer that the posts are just one column. I have not made any changes to the style but I see that the widget_aside2 has fallen to the bottom and hot-breadcrumbs is also not in the right place. Maybe it’s because there are no pictures? What can I do? I really don’t want to have featured images in this category.

    see here:
    http://samonogramembroidery.com/category/faq/

    #10311
    milos
    Moderator

    Hello,

    Please edit theme file style.css and around line 2070 remove this:

    .cols-2 div.item {
        width: 332px;
        float: left;
    }

    and this:

    .cols-2 div.item:first-child {
        margin: 0 38px 0 0;
    }

    Best Regards,
    Milos

    #10312
    Mary Stremmel
    Participant

    Thank you for that. The right side, widget_aside2 is still at the bottom though.

    #10316
    milos
    Moderator

    Hello,

    On the FAQ page you have enclosed DIVs and it comes from your content. I don’t know where it is exactly, so you need to edit all the content of this page to find it.

    If you are sure that you don’t have enclosed DIVs or can’t find them, please make let me know when you downloaded the theme? Maybe you have outdated theme files.

    Thanks,
    Milos

    #10317
    Mary Stremmel
    Participant

    well… I looked at all my FAQ posts and there are no div references just p tags. I guess that is what you mean?

    I downloaded all new files when I renewed my membership in September of 2019 but the files inside the zip folder are dated 9/28/2018

    #10318
    milos
    Moderator

    Hello,

    Our demo doesn’t have unclosed DIVs https://demo.hot-themes.com/wordpress/rain/category/blog/ and the right sidebar works correctly. Also, it works correctly on other pages of your site (only the FAQ has the problem).

    I can only recommend you to re-download the theme from our site and re-upload theme files (you can skip CSS files that you modified).

    Thanks,
    Milos

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