How to create multi-column content using the Classic Editor (no HTML required)

Last Update: April 11, 2019

Traditional print media - newspapers, magazines, etc - have been using the well-known multi-column layout since the very early days of printing ...

The goal and the idea itself is very simple: to make it easier for readers to read a smaller text while using the available space economically.

And it works!

Hence the logical question: why are we so obsessed with single column layouts when it comes to online publications?

Well, I don't know the answer, but the fact remains: single column layouts are more commonly used on the web ... Which is wrong ...

Why?

Because, a multi-column grid can be efficiently used to create a more engaging layout.

Also, columns are very useful for highlighting content and making it easier to scan and read ...

So I've decided to create a short tutorial where I will show you how easy is to add multi-column content in your Wordpress posts and pages ... Without writing any HTML code ...

Interested?

Here it is:

How to create multi-column content using the Classic Editor (no HTML required)

Enjoy it!

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marchanna Premium
Thanks a lot for this. so far, I am not enamored with Gutenberg so I prefer classic. What's your take between the two?
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smartketeer Premium
I'm a Classic fan Marc :)
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