To be honest, I don’t know how to properly name this post for this specific issue, but I hope it will be discovered by people who are experiencing it.
On a couple of my pages, I have 3 columns with no spacing between and a zoom-in effect on hover. And they’re on a 100% width container.
But a thin vertical white line (margin) appeared next to one of them, depending on the browser, like this:
This was permanently showing in Chrome. In Firefox, it would only appear on mouse hover. And in Opera (yep, that’s a browser), it was showing on the left side.
And I knew that this isn’t a problem on my end because it happens on their University demo as well.
So, it was clearly a browser compatibility issue, but I didn’t know how to fix it on my own.
After contacting support, I got the fix, and I’ll share it with you.
What you need to do to fix this browser rendering issue in Avada is to add a CSS code in WordPress or directly into the theme by going to Avada > Theme Options > Custom CSS.
This is the code that you need to add:
Most likely, you won’t see the change just by refreshing the page, so make sure you clear your browser and site cache after adding the code.
That’s a Wrap
I hope this post was useful to you and solved this problem with full-width columns in Avada!
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