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[SOLVED] Style Post Layout with div..?


 
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Old Oct 26, 2009, 04:19 PM
gcarson
 
26 posts · Oct 2009
[SOLVED] Style Post Layout with div..?

Hi,

I know someone on here must have done something like this before so here I ask. I'm looking to style my posts as such:

Left 1/3 Right 2/3
Picture title, body, footer

I figured I could accomplish this using an image divide and then a 'body' divide, styling each with with CSS. Also, I'm assuming I can insert the image as a custom field using the url as the image address? But not 100% sure. I'm not a coder at all so was reaching out to see if someone in the forum has done something similar?

Thanks,
Gary
 

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