Can Prose do this?

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    JeffyDurden
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    I wanted to know if the Prose child theme could emulate the 3 column post excerpts look such as http://www.steampunk-gadgets.com

    http://www.steampunk-gadgets.com
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    JeffyDurden
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    Anyone?

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    Peter
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    Will Prose make that easier to accomplish? No. Technically any theme can do that.

    In the Prose demo page, go to Templates > Columns Page to see an example. Also this might be helpful: http://my.studiopress.com/tutorials/content-column-classes/

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    JeffyDurden
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    Thanks for the reply Peter. I don’t own the theme yet so I don’t think I can view that tutorial. Do you know if Prose can emulate that site without changing any code?

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    Peter
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    Prose or no Prose, the process would still be the same for any theme if you want that 3-column layout.

    I wouldn’t recommend Prose, I have the theme. First, it’s an older theme (HTML4) and “no coding” isn’t really accurate. It just gives you a little design panel that let’s you adjust a few things like color, font, layout. Not good in my opinion, it would be much easier and efficient to just write your own code. Even if you don’t know how to code, I doubt Prose would be the answer you’re looking for. But all themes have Money Back Guarantee anyway, so you could give it a try and see for yourself.

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    JeffyDurden
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    I think that answers everything for me. Thanks again for your time!

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    Peter
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    All right no problem.

    P.S. Just in case you’re tempted to try Prose anyway – to be absolutely clear there is no “point-and-click” solution to creating that 3-column layout. Prose will absolutely not help you whatsoever :D

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