Stretch Widget Gap to Column Inconsistency

  • Stretch Widget Gap to Column Inconsistency

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  • at 06/12/2020, 15:41pm

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at 06/12/2020, 15:41pm

Hi again!
 
I just ran into a problem I can't seem to figure out.
 
I have a section with 3 columns that contain elements. In (Screenshot 1) The widgets in this column is how I want the widgets, spaced out to the edges of the column (ignore the left side of the iamge widget since I added padding)
 
The column in (screenshot 2) contains elements that are boxed in. All the settings are the same between columns. If i drag a widget from one column to the other it adjusts automatically. So it must be a column setting. How do I get the widgets in the right column to stretch to the end?
 
Thanks!
 

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at 06/12/2020, 16:29pm

HI,
Did you change widget spacing in one column and not the other? It defualts to 20px.
You can try to copy the 1st column and paste styles into the 2nd column. Also, another quck fix might be to add a line breadk at the end of the text in the 2nd column. In the visual editor, you can use (shift+enter) or in text view use <br>. 
 
The Pafe plugin does a good job at this too 

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at 06/12/2020, 16:34pm

It's actually just the width that's a concern I believe. I'm just trying to even out the padding. If I put the padding to equal amounts for all the columns, it's not even. 
 
I just got that plugin actually! I'll try that out

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at 06/12/2020, 16:38pm

Yeah I guess the column height is also an issue. with equal padding and margins settings applied, they end up like this. Including equal height setting turned on

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at 06/12/2020, 16:39pm

Oh sorry, I thought you were talking about vertically beucase of the spacing between the title and image. Have you tried to copy/paste the style from each element from the 1st column to each element on the 2nd column?

Edited by: Larry at 06/12/2020, 16:41pm