Displaying Footer quick links in Column and not in straight line

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New Member
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Hi, I'm using Debut theme and want to display the Return policy, Privacy policy, etc, underneath each other as it is right next to each other at the moment.

 

Example:

Quick links

Privacy policy

Return policy

Shipping policy

 

Thanks for the help

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The quick links section on that theme is designed to show all the links in a row, vs in a column. If you need to show it in a column adding this css to the bottom of your stylesheet (theme.scss.liquid) will help:

 

/* force quick links to show one per line */
.site-footer__linklist.list--inline li {
    display: block;
}
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Excursionist
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Well that worked for me as well.
May I ask if you have the code for 2 columns instead of one.

I have 7 links.

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You can try this css code to show links in 2 columns.
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Explorer
87 1 7

Hi,

I am wanting to change the footer on my shop & found this post from last year.  I added the code as you suggested & the menu items listed vertically but in the middle of the page & all out of alignment.  Can you please help.  

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New Member
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In case anyone is looking at this in the future, I made a code that centers + puts the quick links in two columns for mobile but has them in one line for desktop.

@media only screen and (max-width: 750px) {
  .site-footer__linklist {
  column-count: 2 ;
  text-align: center;
	}
}

 

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I noticed with my previous code, it wasn't aligned perfectly centered. Not sure if this was just me or not but here's another code to correct it if you're having the problem as well.

@media only screen and (max-width: 750px) {
  .site-footer__linklist {
  column-count: 2 ;
  text-align: center;
    padding-left:20px;
	}
}
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