No doubt, smarter & more experienced users would have done this differently, but I tried to create a one-page site for DiverseOtis.org by simply putting a single POST up. As is obvious, while the HEADER is nice & centered (L-to-R), the same cannot be said about the Post. I have little doubt that this can be changed – the key stakeholder at the non-profit all but insists on it – but I’ve looked and looked at the obvious “customization” choices, and none seem applicable. TIA for any assistance someone may offer.
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I’m looking to “bounce” the POST a bit to the right so that a “plumb line” going right down the center (N-to-S) of the page would leave HALF of both of the HEADER and the POST on either side of that line. Thanks.
At first, sorry for the late reply, we had holidays.
We can add custom CSS snippets to move the post to the right side, but the page we have seen were created with Elementor page builder so it’s better to move the preferred section with the page builder options.
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