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    Elliot Taylor
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    I have amended the width of second-content and third-content in order for it to fit the sizes of google adspend ads.

    It’s worked however I am not too familiar with how the css browser resizing works. It seems that the CSS is overwritten, but by using the PURE Child Theme the re-writing is now ignored.

    So I need to add:

    #features, #first-content, #second-content, #third-content, #second-content .widget-container, #fourth-content, #fourth-content .widget-container {
    float: none;
    width: auto;
    margin-right: 0;

    but make it conditional on a resize. Any ideas how I go about this?

    Here is the css for the other reszing I mentioned at the start of this post.

    #second-content {
    float: left;
    width: 58%;
    margin-right: 3.8%;

    #third-content {
    float: left;
    width: 38%;

    Many thanks for your help and a great theme.

    You can see my site here: http://www.burst-times.com




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    The resizing uses media queries. In \extend\layout there are different css rules applied to different browser sizes.


    Elliot Taylor
    Post count: 2

    Thanks for the pointer. For anyone else reading I added this to the child theme:

    #features,#first-content,#second-content,#third-content, #second-content .widget-container, #fourth-content, #fourth-content .widget-container{
    float:none; width:auto;margin-right:0;
    .flex-caption{ display:none;}

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