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    I am using this wonderful theme Weaver II and found all the customization I was looking for. There is one thing where I am stuck. I have created blog page with 3 columns. Each post is displayed in this order: post title, featured image thumbnail and then excerpt.
    I would like it to be: Featured image thumbnail, post title and then excerpt content. (i.e move the post tile position below featured image thumbnail)
    Can anyone help me with this small editing part?
    thanks in advance.

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    The forum seems to be down right now so I’ll give you some info here.

    There is no trivial way to accomplish what you want. You also need to decide what you would do with the Top post info line (published by in on…)

    The best way to change the layout of posts would be to create a child theme and edit the necessary PHP templates in the child theme. that requires some knowledge of PHP.

    To do it only with weaver option and or CSS you could do the following.
    In the post editing page check Hide post title, then start your post content with a clearing div and your own title (using the TEXT mode of the editor, it would look something like:
    <div style=”clear:both;”></div>
    Your Own Title
    Your post content

    If all your featured image will have the same height, there is an easy way using CSS, adding the rules below in Advanced options > HEad Section > Custom CSS Rule box

    .type-post .entry-header {margin-top:100px;} /*create space above the Post Title . needs to be the same for all images*/

    .type-post .featured-image {position:absolute;top:0%;left:0%;} /*will shift the Featured image in the space created above*/

    Thank you scrambler, I had similar way in mind, but was nt clear how I was going to get it right. I am sure your answer will help and I am going to try it now.

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