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  • #84585

    mountash
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    Simple problem, simple solution, but I just cannot seem to pull it together.

    When there are posts excerpts, or limited content and there is a thumbnail, how do you keep the next excerpt/content from starting to the right, before the previous picture has ended.

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    Hope this silly little example helps make sense of what I’m trying to say.


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    #91735

    Susan
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    As you posted this a while back, I hope you were able to resolve your issue. If not, please report back here, and I will escalate on your behalf.

    Thanks!


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    #91942

    mountash
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    No, is there a fix for this? Right now I’m just using   to get older posts below newer ones.


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    #94692

    mountash
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    Hi Susan,

    I hope you are still here. I need to have a solution for this. The issue is caused with a picture is longer than the text. The new post starts to the right of the picture, rather than blow it. I need a css way to make it display as a block, and only start new posts after the picture.


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