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  Public Ticket #1038923
Footer columns
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  •  2
    Emma started the conversation

    I would like 4 columns in my footer but the widgets seem to only give me options for 3.

    How can I make it 4 like in the demo?

    Many thanks

  •  46
    Kris replied

    Hi,

    In Evolve you have general four footer widgets areas.

    Footer. This is area whith is automaticaly splited in column (up to six) So if you place there 4 widgets you will have 4 columns.This is maybebest for you if you will have only four widgets

    Additionaly you have three footer areas:

    • Footer Left This is 25% width one column area
    • Footer MiddleThis is 50% width automaticaly splited to max 2 columns area 
    • Footer Right This is 25% width one column area 

    Using this areas you can create flexible footer layouts.

    Kris

    DynamicPress Support Team

  •   Emma replied privately
  • Cristian replied

    Hi, how do I change columns to 1/3 - 1/3 - 1/3 format?

    Thanks.

  •  46
    Kris replied

    Hi,

    If you need use only three widgets is no problem. Footer widget area will be splited in to three columns automaticaly.

    But if you need more widgets and max column count 3 small change in code is needed.

    In file wp-content/themes/dp_evolve/dynamo_framework/config/en_US/widget.json about line 57 you have:

    {
    "name": "Footer",
    "id": "footer",
    "description": "Footer widget area",
    "before_widget": "<div id=\"%1$s\" class=\"box %2$s\"><div>",
    "after_widget": "</div></div>",
    "before_title": "<h3 class=\"box-title\"><span>",
    "after_title": "</span></h3>",
    "amount": "6"
    },

    change it to

    {
    "name": "Footer",
    "id": "footer",
    "description": "Footer widget area",
    "before_widget": "<div id=\"%1$s\" class=\"box %2$s\"><div>",
    "after_widget": "</div></div>",
    "before_title": "<h3 class=\"box-title\"><span>",
    "after_title": "</span></h3>",
    "amount": "3"
    },

    Kris

    DynamicPress Support Team

  • Cristian replied

    Oh, I'm sorry, I mean in Striped. Should I open a separated ticket?

  •  46
    Kris replied

    No

    The main framework for both themes is the same.

    So all this generaly refers to Striped also.

    In file wp-content/themes/dp-striped/dynamo_framework/config/en_US/widget.json about line 56 you have:

    {
    "name": "Footer",
    "id": "footer",
    "description": "Footer widget area",
    "before_widget": "<div id=\"%1$s\" class=\"box %2$s\">",
    "after_widget": "</div>",
    "before_title": "<h3 class=\"box-title\"><span>",
    "after_title": "</span></h3>",
    "amount": "6"
    },

    change it to:

    {
    "name": "Footer",
    "id": "footer",
    "description": "Footer widget area",
    "before_widget": "<div id=\"%1$s\" class=\"box %2$s\">",
    "after_widget": "</div>",
    "before_title": "<h3 class=\"box-title\"><span>",
    "after_title": "</span></h3>",
    "amount": "3"
    },

    Kris

    DynamicPress Support Team