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    Hi All,

    Over at and I’ve been unable to make the portfolio break into 2-columns. All portfolio elements display stacked. Can you please take a look and see what’s going on?



    Hey leosaraceni,

    Please post us your login credentials (in the “private data” field), so we can take a look at your backend.

    Login credentials include:

    • The URL to the login screen.
    • A valid username (with full administration capabilities).
    • As well as a password for that username.
    • permission to deactivate plugins if necessary.

    Best regards,


    Alright, please see below. You may deactivate plugins as needed to diagnose issues, but please reactivate once you’re done with your investigation so that I can plan an alternative solution. Thanks.



    try this code inside Quick CSS field: {
    transform: translate3d(340px, 2px, 0px) !important;

    In Chrome make right click and inspect the elements. Then hover over the elements in question and look for the individual post entry code, like the one I provided to you. Then add for every single post entry a “transform” value (like in my code above. Adjust the “translate3d(340px, 2px, 0px)” value as needed. Change px to any other number you need.

    This is quite a lot of custom work, so we can’t do this for you. We can just help you to point you in the right direction.

    Best regards,


    Thanks Andy, but this isnt a scalable solution at all. The idea of adding transform values for every other portfolio entry just makes no sense and it will likely lead to responsive issues as we deal with quite a bit of different resolutions.

    Is there a reason why the portfolio is no longer properly breaking into 2-columns? If you do a hard refresh on the page you can see that it initially appears as 2-columns, only to break after the page is finished loading. Is it something to do with the theme?

    Would appreciate a longer-term solution here.



    since when is this issue happening for you?

    I reported it to Kriesi. Let’s see if he can find a solution.

    Best regards,


    I’ve only noticed it a couple weeks before opening this thread. I tried updating to the latest version of Sentence but it didnt help. Please keep me posted.



    we really recommend to work with a much more flexible theme like Enfold.

    Best regards,



    I am not sure why the script does not behave properly on your installation when it does on ours but I agree that the solution provided is not really that good.

    My idea would be to remove the existing rule and add this instead to the custom css:

    #top .no_margin.one_half {
        width: 49.9%;



    Thanks Kriesi, that worked beautifully.



    glad Kriesi could help you! Let us know in a new ticket if you have some more questions about our themes. We’re happy to support you!

    Best regards,



    Best regards,

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