Footer doesnt work with 3 columns

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Footer doesnt work with 3 columns

This topic contains 2 replies, has 2 voices, and was last updated by  iceable 3 months, 1 week ago.

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    Footer doesnt work with 3 columns

    maloneweb
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    Hello Sir,

    please check the website that i have linked in private field.

    The footer is not work fine with 3 or 4 columns from desktop.

    The question is similar for wortex theme that i have mentioned (and you have solved with an update) in this topic: https://www.iceablethemes.com/forums/topic/footer-doesnt-work-with-3-columns-and-mobile-theme-scroll-on-right/

    If you see now the footer, it have 3 columns but the third widget go ahead.

    Please help me.

    Follow a private reply with login data.

    Thanks and best regards!

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    maloneweb
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    iceable
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    Hello, and apologies for the time it took to get back to you.

    This did look like the same glitch as in Wortex, but after a closer look, it was not and I couldn’t find anything wrong in the theme.
    Additionally, I couldn’t reproduce the issue on my end, the footer is working fine on my test site with any setting and any widget.

    I am still unsure what causes the issue on your site, but I managed to fix it by adding this to your Custom CSS (in Appearance > Theme Options > Code & CSS > Custom CSS):

    #footer .container > ul {
        display: flex;
        flex-wrap: wrap;
    }
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