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Designing a horizontal 'blog' - problems with css (4 posts)

  1. roundlay
    Member
    Posted 8 years ago #

    Hello,

    After much frustration I am hoping to find some relief to some problems in posting.

    I am currently trying to design a 'blog', or rather gallery that is easily updated. The website is for a project I am currently holding.

    Problem 1: I was wondering if anyone could lend me some advice as to how the layout could be coded. I have some knowledge of CSS but in regards to integrating this site with wordpress I'm clueless. I have included the following link: http://worldwidepolaroidfriends.com/Index.html which gives you an idea of how I want the site to look. (it was done completely using frames n tables)

    Problem 2: I am having trouble with the layout and how to integrate the horizontal nature of the website with wordpress. I want the size to simple feature easily updatable room for one image every so often with room under it for a small bit of text. Is it possible to achieve this (how it looks in the example) in wordpress? i.e. no date, title, or etc, rather just an image with a 50px gap between the next with room for writing underneath?

    I hope my explaination is sufficient. If anyone is able to help me get this working I will present you (:

    Thanks

    c

  2. onocrotalus
    Member
    Posted 8 years ago #

    1. Have a look at these WordPress Site Design Lessons.

    2. There are lots of photo plugins you could look at - search http://wp-plugins.net

  3. moshu
    Member
    Posted 8 years ago #

    1. A search never hurts...
    http://wordpress.org/search/horizontal+theme?forums=1

    2. What appears on your WP site is up to you: date, title, content etc. are all displayed by using different template tags - you, as a designer can pick which one to use, which to neglect...

  4. roundlay
    Member
    Posted 8 years ago #

    Thank you very much for the links (: Those will really help me

    c

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