[Resolved] Alternative to Gridable

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  • #571890
    John

    I’m using the peak theme and trying to use lightweight grid columns to replace gridable which seems it may have lost dev support and LWG is by Tom. I just can’t get the 3 columns to collapse to a single column in mobile view. Does anyone have alternative plugin or an idea of how to coax Tom’s code to go from 3 columns down to one so that each column is on top of the other…not by row. I want it to work just like it does with the gridable.

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    #571930
    John

    This is the code I was using. I figured out how to do it with custom column classes, but am still curious what the answer might be for LWG.

    [lgc_column grid="33" tablet_grid="50" mobile_grid="100"]Some content[/lgc_column]
    [lgc_column grid="33" tablet_grid="50" mobile_grid="100"]Some content[/lgc_column]
    [lgc_column grid="33" tablet_grid="50" mobile_grid="100" last="true"]Some content[/lgc_column]
    [lgc_column grid="33" tablet_grid="50" mobile_grid="100"]Some content[/lgc_column]
    [lgc_column grid="33" tablet_grid="50" mobile_grid="100"]Some content[/lgc_column]
    [lgc_column grid="33" tablet_grid="50" mobile_grid="100" last="true"]Some content[/lgc_column]
    [lgc_column grid="33" tablet_grid="50" mobile_grid="100"]<a href="#">Start reading</a>[/lgc_column]
    [lgc_column grid="33" tablet_grid="50" mobile_grid="100"]<a href="#">Start reading</a>[/lgc_column]
    [lgc_column grid="33" tablet_grid="50" mobile_grid="100" last="true"]<a href="#">Start reading</a>[/lgc_column]
    #571999
    Leo
    Staff
    Customer Support

    Hi there,

    Those columns don’t look like they are from LGC?
    2018-05-09_2049.png

    Let me know if I’m missing something.

    #572192
    David
    Staff
    Customer Support

    Hi John,

    in the visual editor you can use the Add Columns button to add each column individually. It has the three device widths, a content area and for the last column in the set just check the Last column in row.

    regards

    David

    #572511
    John

    Hi Leo, Sorry for the confusion. I figure out how to solve the problem using custom classes to achieve the effect on this site for now. I tried to post the code that I was using (it didn’t work out well), but here’s another site with that same code.

    The first table is LWG by Tom and the second is gridable.

    http://s734968141.onlinehome.us/

    In the first table each row is stacked in the second each column is stacked which is what I wanted.

    #572516
    David
    Staff
    Customer Support

    Hi John – you just need to put the three elements into the column so within the LGC content area or between the shortcodes you would have:

    something
    something
    button

    #572542
    John

    Ahhh, ok. I get it! Thanks David.

    #573119
    David
    Staff
    Customer Support

    Your welcome John, glad we could help

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