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Old Jul 25, 2010, 12:01 PM
Jeff G
 
39 posts · Mar 2010
Easy: Left-align headlines on multi-post pages but center on single?

This shouldn't be too tough, but I'm slow:

This is my site:
http://www.fuzzpodmusic.dreamhosters.com/news/

I'm trying to imitate this site*:
http://web.me.com/fuzzpodmusic/Site/News/News.html

Post headlines seem to default to centered, which is what I want on the single post pages, but not on the multi-post page.

Using
WP Version 3.0
Atahualpa 3.5.1

Thanks for any help!

--jeff

*Client wants the site to be in Wordpress for easy updating. I'm slowly developing a niche market recreating existing sites in WP, but it can be a slog.
 

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