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    I am trying to build a landing page using Generate Blocks and WSP Pro.

    I wanted to show two posts right below the header in 2 columns.

    So I created in the block editor a container and inside the container, I put the shortcode with the WSP ID.

    The Layout for the container is Container: Full width/Inner Container: Full width.

    The page’s layout is: No Sidebars/ Content Container: Contained.

    My problem: It looks like the page only shows posts on the left side.

    When I set two columns and 4 posts in WSP, the 4 posts are shown one below the other and not as a column. If I make four columns in WSP, then WordPress squeezes only two posts next to each other on the left half. Funnily enough, it works when I don’t set columns. Then the page displays one post across the entire width.

    I can’t find a solution and is freaking me out.

    Thanks a lot for your help!


    Hi Stefan,

    Can you link us to the page in question to investigate?

    While waiting, can you try:

    Disabling ALL plugins except WPSP to check for potential plugin conflicts?
    Clear server-sided and/or CDN cache (if any).

    Let us know how it goes.


    Hi Elvin, thanks a lot for your swift reply.

    It is only a test page but I publish it now for you to investigate further. Here is the link.

    WP Show Posts settings are: Columns: 2; Gutter 2em (but it makes no difference if I use 0).

    As I said, if I make columns: 1, everything works well.

    I also disabled all plugins. Didn’t work.

    Thanks a lot for your help!



    Can you try clearing or disabling cache? (autoptimize)

    To know where this is coming from:

    article.type-post {
        border-bottom: 1px solid #ddd;
        padding-bottom: 20px;
        margin-top: 5px;
        margin-left: 5px;
        margin-right: 5px;

    It seems like a custom CSS added somewhere. This is the one causing the columns to break. The margins are flex-wrapping the columns into the next line causing the columns to not work.


    Hi Elvin,

    it worked! Thanks so much for your support and great work! Much appreciated.




    No problem. Always glad to be of any help. 🙂

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