How to Add Multi-Column Content in WordPress Posts (No HTML Required)


How to Add Multi-Column Content in WordPress Posts (No HTML Required)
Pat Sullivan

Traditional print media, like newspapers and magazines, have been using multi-column layouts since the very early days of printing. Their goal was to make it easier for users to read the smaller text while utilizing the available space economically.

How to Add Multi Column Content in WordPress Posts – No HTML Required
Monica Lucas

Some users wish to create multi-column content for their WordPress blog but don’t have the CSS and HTML knowledge to create them. For beginners this can be a challenge but there is a plugin to achieve this. In this video, we will show you how to add multi-column content in WordPress without HTML.

How to Add Multi Column Content in WordPress Posts – No HTML Required
Karla Simmons

Some users wish to create multi-column content for their WordPress blog but don't have the CSS and HTML knowledge to create them. For beginners this can be a challenge but there is a plugin to achieve this. In this video, we will show you how to add multi-column content in WordPress without HTML.
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Summary of this Tutorial:
Start by installing and activating the Advanced WP Columns plugin.
Then go to any post or page to edit and there will be an "Advanced WP Column" button.
It will bring up a user interface to help easily create column layouts.
You can drag the add button over to add a column or the remove button over to remove a column.
All columns will have handles on both sides to allow you to adjust the size.
Content can be directly added from here and pressing the add columns button will add them to your post or page.
Advanced users can edit the plugin settings from Settings, Advanced WP Columns to use custom CSS classes and widths for columns.
Related Links:
Advanced WP Columns
wordpress.org/plugins/advanced-wp-columns/

How to create multi-column posts in WordPress (no HTML)
Rubie Canty

The old WordPress editor (TinyMCE) does not support columns as a default. However, by simply installing a plugin, you can easily create your own custom columns. To do this, download and install the Advanced WP Columns plugin. After activating the plugin, go to the edit page of one of the previous posts or create a new post. Then you’ll see a new option appear in the toolbar called Advanced WP Columns. It would look something like this:

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