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Facebook "Like" Button - Alignment Question

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Old Jul 8, 2010, 05:39 PM
19 posts · Jul 2010
Facebook "Like" Button - Alignment Question

Currently using WP 3.0 and Atahualpa 3.5.1
My blog can be found here: www.dudesofamerica.com
First time using Wordpress and am feeling very overwhelmed...ha ha. Suppose I should've picked an easier template, but I love the options that Atahualpa offers.

I just added a couple of plug-ins, a Facebook Like button and a plug-in called AddThis (links to social networking sites). If you look at my blog, I have both plug-ins below the post, but I don't want them to be stacked on top of each other like that. I'd like to have the Like button to the right and the AddThis to the left. Where can I do this? These are not options from within the Settings tab for the plug-ins. Do I have to get into the CSS / HTML to do this? If so, where can I find the code? Like I said, I'm feeling very overwhelmed, ha ha. Thanks in advance.


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