OK. After finding out PHP 5 (or the lack thereof) was the reason I couldn’t install Foliopress, I have now resolved that particular issue and have it running. I like what I see so far, but I haven’t got it fully set up yet.
I’m now on the tricky part: getting it to display true WYSIWYG when editing. At the moment the text doesn’t flow round the images – it just starts at the bottom side edge.
Can anyone advise on the correct CSS Style data (post ID and post class) in order to get this set up for WP3?
At this stage, assume a standard WP template (I’m actually using a customised template originally created in Artisteer, but I’ll worry about the differences later).
I have tried a few things from Foliopress’ website, but they relate to earlier versions of WP and I know that when I started customising these templates for WP3 there were a lot of differences.
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