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columns in blog

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    Hi Mathieu, Just a little but annoying issue: I entered text and an image in a blogpost, and set both in different columns. No matter what I try, the text shows as full width, the image also. Am I mistaken here? Is it not possible to edit blogposts in colums?
    There is just one line of CSS regarding blogs:
    .blogposts-widget-meta { display: none; }
    Don’t know if that matters?
    Hope to hear from you. And wish you a nice weekend. Best regards, Koen

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    Hi Koen,

    Columns and other shortcodes were originally meant to be used in pages only.

    There is a way to make them work in posts, including some CSS I posted somewhere in these forums (which I should be able to dig out), or the block editor (Gutenberg), or even third party plugins.

    However from a quick look at your post I wonder if columns would really be appropriate here ; considering the image contains text which is already very small?

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    Aha, I already thought so.

    It was a question from the client. And I agree with you, it is not appropriate to set columns in this blogpost.
    thanks and best regards, Koen

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