I want to be able to divide a ‘static’ page in multiple divisions. A kind of ‘simplified blog layout’. E.g. An article with a header/title, below that text and (eventually) images, a line/seporator below it and below that starts a new article in a new block. Etc. etc.
I hear you thinking: “Use the blog option for it!”. But the point is that this website contains a lot of pages, and I want to have this option available for every page on the entire website.
So using the blog option for all pages in the entire website is at least a bit overdone. (And how am I going to seperate all these posts to direct them to the correct page?)
I thought about it and the headers and content is no problem, for obvious reasons. The only thing I actually need is a way to create a separator between the articles on one page. Preferable a line, or a ruler.
A prerequisite is that it has to be available from the wysiwyg screen. (The person who is going to maintain this website content knows hardly anything about HTML/CSS)
Things which already passed my mind and were ‘rejected’ are:
Style the <p>’s and give them a border-bottom in the stylesheet.
But that would give every single <p> a border and I don’t want that since there wil also be paragraphs inside the articles
Create a <div> in HTML mode and give it a predefined class, which will add a border below.
But like I already mentioned, the option needs to be available from the wysiwyg mode.
Add a horizontal ruler <hr>
<hr> is depracated in xHTML and also not available from the wysiwyg mode.
And that’s were my inspiration stops and starts asking for help.
Does someone else have an idea about this? Is there a plugin available for this? Is it more simple than I thought or is it impossible?
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