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    Great theme, the three columns on the main page would better serve me better as 2 columns.

    So how can I create only 2 columns, with the first column taking 2/3 of the page (two columns) and the second column taking the remaining 3rd of the page? With still being about to use widgets in the third column?


    *Edit* – Whoops! I’m using upScale theme (not Display), though I wonder if the two aren’t the same in the back anyway.

    With the supplied template (or a template you create in template Builder).

    Template Builder -> specific template -> Add Elements (columns. A new field is created – open it up and select your preferences) -> Save all changes.

    Make sure the template is applied to a specific page or post when editing that page or post (that option for me is on the right side of the Edit Page screen).


    Thanks Tourq for trying to help us out – sadly Display doesn’t support the template builder. It’s a feature of newer themes only.

    @akraemer: You can use following code to adjust the width of the mainpage columns:

    .home .box1{
    width: 200px;

    .home .box2{
    width: 200px;

    .home .box3{
    width: 200px;

    Change the with values as you like – the boxes will be pushed down automatically if the total width exceeds the page width.


    I appreciate the quick reply, however where do I input the code?


    I’d add it to the bottom of style.css – it’s easier to update stylesheet afterwards.

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