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[SOLVED] Change the cell width in new widget area


  #1  
Old Jul 15, 2009, 09:30 PM
duping812
 
12 posts · Feb 2009
Thanks Flynn for the great update on the new widget function, now I can create my page menu bar and
feed subscribe icons in the same line.

This is what I defined for the new widget in header,
PHP Code:
<?php bfa_widget_area('name=myheader&cells=2&align_1=9&width_1=800&align_2=3&width_2=250'); ?>
The first cell I use PixoPoint Multi-level Navigation Plugin to create stylish menus, and the second cell to place feed subscribe icons. But the width parameters of two cells are not pass to the final code, they equal to half of the maximum width 1050.

You can check the result at my blog, http://thdp.org/
Could you tell me what's wrong with this?

Thanks,

Last edited by duping812; Jul 16, 2009 at 07:20 PM.
  #2  
Old Jul 16, 2009, 10:46 AM
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Flynn
 
3,768 posts · Oct 2008
Munich, Germany
A bug, thanks. To correct it in 3.4.2, replace the whole bfa_widget_area function from line 308-362 in functions.php with this:

This adds the width parameter which was missing, adds the missing <tr> ... </tr>, and displays a <DIV> instead of a table, if there's only 1 widget cell.

PHP Code:
function bfa_widget_area($args '') {
    
$defaults = array(
        
'cells' => 1,
        
'align' => 2,
        
'before_widget' => '<div id="%1$s" class="widget %2$s">',
        
'after_widget' => '</div>',
        
'before_title' => '<div class="widget-title"><h3>',
        
'after_title' => '</h3></div>',
    );
    
    
$r wp_parse_args$args$defaults );
    
extract$rEXTR_SKIP );

    
$area_id strtolower(str_ireplace(" ""_"$r['name']));
    
    
// If there are more than 1 cell, use a table, otherwise just a DIV:
    
if ( $r['cells'] > ) {
    
        echo 
'<table id="' $area_id '" class="bfa_widget_area" style="table-layout:fixed;width:100%" cellpadding="0" cellspacing="0" border="0">';

        
// If a width was set for any of the widget area cells:
        
if ( strpos($args,'width_') !== FALSE ) {
            echo 
"\n<colgroup>";
            for ( 
$i 1$i <= $r['cells']; $i++ ) {
                echo 
'<col';
                
$current_width "width_" $i;
                if ( 
$r[$current_width] ) {
                    echo 
' style="width:' $r[$current_width] . 'px"';
                }
                echo 
' />';
            }
            echo 
"</colgroup>";
        }
        
        echo 
"<tr>";
        
        for ( 
$i 1$i <= $r['cells']; $i++ ) {
            
                
$current_name $r['name'] . ' ' $i;
                
$current_id $area_id '_' $i;
                
$current_align "align_" $i;
                
                echo 
"\n" '<td id="' $current_id .'" ';
                
                if ( 
$r[$current_align] ) { 
                    
$align_type $r["$current_align"];
                } else {
                    
$align_type $r['align'];
                }
                
                echo 
bfa_table_cell_align($align_type) . ">";
                
                
// Register widget area
                #$bfa_ata_widget_areas[] = $current_name; 
                  
$bfa_ata_widget_areas[] = array(
                      
"name" => $current_name,
                      
"before_widget" => $r['before_widget'],
                      
"after_widget" => $r['after_widget'],
                      
"before_title" => $r['before_title'],
                      
"after_title" => $r['after_title']
                      );
          
                   
// Display widget area
                
dynamic_sidebar("$current_name"); 
                
                echo 
"\n</td>";
            
        }
        
        echo 
"\n</tr></table>";     
    
    } else {
    
        
// If only 1 widget cell, use a DIV instead of a table
        
echo '<div id="' $area_id '" class="bfa_widget_area">';
        
        
// Add new widget area to existing ones
        
$bfa_ata_widget_areas[] = array(
            
"name" => $r['name'],
            
"before_widget" => $r['before_widget'],
            
"after_widget" => $r['after_widget'],
            
"before_title" => $r['before_title'],
            
"after_title" => $r['after_title']
            );

        
// Display widget area
        
dynamic_sidebar($r['name']);     

        echo 
'</div>';
    
    }
    
    
update_option("bfa_widget_areas"$bfa_ata_widget_areas);


Additionally add this at HTML/CSS Inserts:

HTML Code:
table.bfa_widget_area td {
text-align: left;
}
Otherwise the text inside widgets will be centered, if the widget cell is centered


All of the above will be included in 3.4.3
  #3  
Old Jul 16, 2009, 07:19 PM
duping812
 
12 posts · Feb 2009
Thanks for a such reply.
Prob solved, not it works perfectly. I even included search form in the menu bar.

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