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    colkav
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    Hi,

    I have a 3 Pages, (not the home page) where I’d like to have a static image, followed by some text, followed by a ‘grid’ of related posts – posts that I can specify by either post ID, tag or Category.

    I’ve heard / seen this Grid Loop, installed the plugin, but I don’t get it – the plug in seems to apply to the home page and archive pages. Maybe I’m misunderstanding this….

    Can anyone tell me if what i want to do is possible, and how I might go about achieving it?

    The site is:

    http://clienttest2.macsupportedlondon.co.uk

    and the pages are:

    http://clienttest2.macsupportedlondon.co.uk/every-day-collection/

    http://clienttest2.macsupportedlondon.co.uk/easter-collection/

    etc

    Many thanks for any insight,
    colkav

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    colkav
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    I followed a tutorial found here:

    http://graphnickdesign.com/blog/custom-genesis-category-page/

    ..which is great, really easy to implement. But, as always, it’s not specific to my wants / needs.

    The page in question is here:

    http://clienttest.macsupportedlondon.co.uk/every-day/

    The page content (slideshow, paragraph of text) is fine. It is then followed by a Post preview spanning the full width, then a grid of related posts.

    What I don’t like is the first, full width , post preview. For 2 reasons – 1) The post is then repeated in the grid. 2) there’s a ‘older posts’ link underneath it.

    Does anyone know how I might remove that full width post preview, to just leave the grid below it?

    I’ve tried altering it using common sense, sifting through the code (as apposed to actually knowing how to code).

    Many thanks for any insight,
    colkav

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