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Old Jan 27, 2010, 02:20 AM
ScottAllen
 
1 posts · Jan 2010
Show thumb left of entire post, not just content

I have a lot of posts that are images or video with only a little bit of text. Since they have no excerpt content, there's a lot of wasted space next to the thumb image.

What I'd like to do is on excerpt posts, float the post thumb to the left of the entire post area, including the header and footer, not just the content.

I can't figure out a way to do this via CSS, since the image comes after the header.

Any ideas? Or possibility of incorporating it into the next version? Or anyone who could maybe customize this for me (for pay)?
 

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