[Resolved] Adding borders to Lightweight Grid Columns plugins?

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    I don’t know whether I can get support here for this plugin but just in case, as I see no replies in repo support section: Is there a way to add borders to the columns?


    Leo Customer Support

    Hi there,

    Any chance you can link us to the site in question?

    You can edit the original topic and use the private URL field.

    I will mention that LGC is the old way of creating columns.

    I would recommend using Gutenberg columns block if you can make that work.

    Let me know 🙂



    Thanks Leo, I appreciate.
    Sorry but I never use ANY builder and certainly not & never will Gutenberg.

    I just need this for a single page having columns and thought I could use the “style” option in the shortcode but doesn’t seem to work.

    Not very important. I only thought that borders were an option here but if it isn’t no problem, I’ll try to find another plugin for that.


    Leo Customer Support

    Gutenberg is the future 🙂

    We actually quite like it once you are used to it.

    If you can link me to the site in question, I can try to provide some CSS to help you get started with as well.



    Yes… maybe, it depends for who… Not for me, no way, never.
    This is not how I see the future, sorry – but this is another story.

    In this particular case, I need borders for only a particular case and this doesn’t justify playing around with builders and block editors.

    I’m adding the site in my original post but this is not the final one.
    I’ll just copy the code from there to a new site with different content, but the columns are exactly the same and will only need borders. So, if you find a way for adding them at that page I’ll be able to replicate the same at the new site.

    You’ll find the 4 columns at top of page, right after the slider.

    Thanks a ton!


    Leo Customer Support

    Try this CSS:

    #generate-section-1 .inside-grid-column {
        border: 1px solid #000;


    Many thanks Leo, that works really nicely and is exactly what was needed!


    Leo Customer Support
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