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  • #928494
    Hans Stoll

    Dear Tom,
    I would like to customize the layout in a section. The content should only reach half the page.
    I hope you can help me.
    Hans

    #928584
    Leo
    Staff
    Customer Support

    Hi there,

    Using a plugin like Lightweight Grid Columns would be the easiest method.

    Or you can try a flexbox solution similar to this:
    https://docs.generatepress.com/article/split-header-three-sections/

    Let me know 🙂

    #928616
    Hans Stoll

    Hi Leo,
    Thank you for the quick answer. I did not get the idea of usig Lightweight Grid Columns but it works exact like I want to.
    hans

    #928648
    Leo
    Staff
    Customer Support
    #949509
    Kelly

    Is the Lightweight Grid Columns plugin being supported? WordPress says it’s been over 4 months and see there is very few response to the plugin support section on Worpress.org.

    It is not working correctly with 5.2.2. All my column content all now stacked on top of each other instead in columns.

    #949882
    Tom
    Lead Developer
    Lead Developer

    We will likely phase it out now that Gutenberg has decent columns with much better UX.

    They should still work on 5.2.2, but it depends on how you’re adding them (in Gutenberg or Classic Editor).

    Can you link me to the page?

    #949915
    Kelly

    I will send you the link via the support email. Let me know if you need me to set up a user for you.

    I understand that Gutenberg has a columns function, but it will be awhile before these legacy sites will be updated to Gutenberg. It’s a bit of a learning curve for general users to go from the classic editor to Gutenberg. I personally find it quite clumsy and frustrating to use.

    #950046
    Kelly

    It turns out the Autoptimize plugin was causing the issue with the CSS getting loaded even after deleting cache. I deactivated it and things are working again.

    #950134
    Leo
    Staff
    Customer Support

    Glad you figured out 🙂

    #950246
    Kelly

    I got the Autoptimize and the Grid Columns plugin to work together by turning off the Aggregate CSS-files option in the settings.

    #950548
    Leo
    Staff
    Customer Support

    Awesome.

    Thanks for letting us know!

    #952209
    Kelly

    In case you guys might be open to maintaining the Lightweight Grid Columns plugin which I’ve used extensively on a number of websites, I’ve discovered that the same issues happens when using the CSS minify option with the W3 Total Cache plugin as well.

    It seems there is something causing the CSS for the your plugin not to be loaded when minify’d.

    Thanks for considering.

    #952224
    Leo
    Staff
    Customer Support

    LGC won’t be getting improvements with the emergence of Gutenberg columns unfortunately.

    Perhaps there is a way to exclude LGC from W3 Total Cache?

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