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2 columns in blog-layout - how to?
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2 columns in blog-layout - how to? 02 Jul 2013 08:56 #2300

Hi,

I would like to have 2 cols in a category-blog with the JF Vihrea-template. Have configured the menu-item accordingly, yet I get it all in 1 col. What else do I have to do?

Thanks

Michael

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Re: 2 columns in blog-layout - how to? 02 Jul 2013 09:15 #2301

Sorry - what do you mean with 2 columns?
Vihrea is full width screen size responsive, so there is no option for columns
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Re: 2 columns in blog-layout - how to? 02 Jul 2013 10:56 #2303

If you look at the image that is shown when you click in "Templates", this shows the main-text in several columns and there are several boxes in the footer and I would like to achive a similar result...

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Re: 2 columns in blog-layout - how to? 02 Jul 2013 10:59 #2304

Hi, i don´t understand what you are meaning.
Did you checkout the manual on how to configure the template?

I suggest you install the quickstart to understand how the template works.
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Re: 2 columns in blog-layout - how to? 03 Jul 2013 08:37 #2319

Oooooooops - shame on me! Sry!

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