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    I want to add a second row of content boxes to my home page through a static page – problem is, I’m not sure how to reproduce the same look the default content boxes have. Is this only doable through short codes? And if so, how should my shortcode look to get the same look as the default ones?

    Thanks in advance.

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  • Denzel Chia
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    #30177 |

    Hi,

    I suggest you to disable the default front page content boxes and use only content boxes shortcodes in your static homepage. This will ensure they looked the same.

    Thank you

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    #30190 |

    Thank you for your reply.
    I don’t mind disabling the default content boxes and relying entirely on a static page/shortcodes, but I really want the default look, or at least as similar as it can get, but I can’t achieve a similar enough look.
    Is there no way to solve this?

    Denzel Chia
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    #30192 |

    Hi,

    The only way is to use content boxes shortcode with icon on top and I can help you do some styling adjustments.

    Or you may want to contact our developers to add another row of front page content boxes for you.
    https://theme4press.com/theme-customization-service/

    Thank you

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    #30194 |

    Then by all means, I would love some styling help. My main issue is that I can’t get the same padding/alignment the default look has, as well as the font and font color of the default content box title.

    Denzel Chia
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    #30196 |

    Hi,

    Please post URL to your website that shows your content boxes shortcodes.
    I need to see your issue.

    My main issue is that I can’t get the same padding/alignment the default look has

    Please explain in more details, every element on a website such as title, content, or the box itself… etc has padding. Please provide screen-shot with annotation, this will help me understand your issue.

    Thank you.

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