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  • Willing to donate a little to you to help me out need to know how to do this asap.

    Oh and how would you make that image linked?

    Plugin Author cswaim

    (@cswaim)

    Preston – would you send me a link to your website so I can look at the code generated so far. If you don’t want to post it here, send it to webmaster tpginc.net. I believe you can set the image link in the media settings when you upload the image and insert it into the post. The field is Link URL.

    Plugin Author cswaim

    (@cswaim)

    You might also try:
    the div which wraps the thumbnail should be tpg-get-posts-thumbnail. You should be able to create the custom style sheet and add that class with float:left. Or you can reference .tpg-get-post-content img and float:left.

    I will look at this a bit closer tomorrow to see if you can accomplish what you want.

    Plugin Author cswaim

    (@cswaim)

    Preston: I have tried to create the layout in your image and have not been able to create a layout where the post title is next to the thumbnail.

    So….I have modified the plugin to have an optional ‘magazine layout’. This is in testing, but if you contact me directly, I will give you a pre-release version with the hope you can assist in the testing.
    webmaster tpginc.net

    Plugin Author cswaim

    (@cswaim)

    The issue is resolved with release 2.1. The title & thumbnail are both wrapped in a div tag and there is a new layout mag_layout which puts the title and content next to the thumbnail.

    Thanks again for the all the help!

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