This tutorial shows how to use grid columns in WordPress templates.
In order to create the required page content layout using grid columns, you should perform the following steps:
Go to Pages -> All pages section in your WordPress dashboard.
Selecting the desired page to edit.
Make sure you are using Text mode.
Insert your content between [grid_X][/grid_X] elements like the following:
[grid_X] content goes here [/grid_X]
As a result, you should receive the structure like the following:
[grid_X][/grid_X], where X is a number from 1 to 12.
Let’s check how to set the desired number of columns to the page content:
1 column is used for making part of content appear fullwidth. Code looks like the following:
[grid_12] content goes here [/grid_12]
2 equal columns can be created on your page/post adding this code to your page in Text mode:
[grid_6] first column content goes here [/grid_6][grid_6] second column content goes here [/grid_6]
To make the content appear in 2 columns with different width, there can be used code with different number for [grid_X] elements in Text mode.
The only requirement is to keep 12 per row, for example using [grid3] + [grid9] or [grid8] + [grid4] codes. Example:
[grid_8] first column content goes here [/grid_8][grid_4] second column content goes here [/grid_4]
Basically, you can create desired number of columns in a row keeping the structure of 12 per row.
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