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CSS Styling Help – Post Height/Thumbnail Images

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  • Andrew Nevins
    Moderator

    @anevins

    Can you annotate here, describing what you’ve interacted with/ when the issue happens, for each image?

    It’s difficult for forum volunteers to suggest solutions without the web page’s code, therefore would it be possible for you to http://pastebin.com the HTML and CSS for the page at-hand?

    illmatic
    Member

    @illmatic

    Here is my CSS currently. I started with a blank theme and then added my own styling.
    http://pastebin.com/LEb5tcWm

    Here is the code for index.php
    http://pastebin.com/zh3S9nrX

    illmatic
    Member

    @illmatic

    After initially getting the problem when I pasted in my CSS I only changed .post height to 250px, which made everything fit nicely. Then when I clicked into a blog entry I realised changing the height of .post made every page that height therefore running into a lot of problems.

    Andrew Nevins
    Moderator

    @anevins

    May you post the HTML for the page at-hand, rather than the template file?
    You can find this when you view the web page, right click (assuming you’re using Windows) and select ‘View source’.

    illmatic
    Member

    @illmatic

    Andrew Nevins
    Moderator

    @anevins

    Try adding clear: both; to .post. I can’t tell whether this will affect other pages, but if it does (and you don’t want it to), you can give your <body> a class and prepend that class to the CSS selector.

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