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width – fixed
Framework: Fixed Width
Xidipity WordPress Theme Knowledge Base Height Content Header Image
auto
 
  • class: wd:auto
  • css: width: auto;

 

1
 
  • class: wd:1
  • css: width: 1rem;

 

2
 
  • class: wd:2
  • css: width: 2rem;

 

3
 
  • class: wd:3
  • css: width: 3rem;

 

4
 
  • class: wd:4
  • css: width: 4rem;

 

5
 
  • class: wd:5
  • css: width: 5rem;

 

6
 
  • class: wd:6
  • css: width: 6rem;

 

7
 
  • class: wd:7
  • css: width: 7rem;

 

8
 
  • class: wd:8
  • css: width: 8rem;

 

9
 
  • class: wd:9
  • css: width: 9rem;

 

10
 
  • class: wd:10
  • css: width: 10rem;

 

11
 
  • class: wd:11
  • css: width: 11rem;

 

12
 
  • class: wd:12
  • css: width: 12rem;

 

13
 
  • class: wd:13
  • css: width: 13rem;

 

14
 
  • class: wd:14
  • css: width: 14rem;

 

15
 
  • class: wd:15
  • css: width: 15rem;

 

16
 
  • class: wd:16
  • css: width: 16rem;

 

17
 
  • class: wd:17
  • css: width: 17rem;

 

18
 
  • class: wd:18
  • css: width: 18rem;

 

19
 
  • class: wd:19
  • css: width: 20rem;

 

20
 
  • class: wd:20
  • css: width: 20rem;

 

Abbreviations
 
AbbreviationDefinition
wdwidth

 

Supported media
 
AbbreviationDefinition
all
sm)small
md)medium
lg)large
xl)extra large
Notes
 

All width classes begin with “wd” and are separated by a colon from it’s value.


  • Since: v1.0.0

 

September 24, 2022