I’m wondering if this is possible or if there is a plug-in for it already that I over looked. I’m using WordPress to build a small ecommerce website for one of my friends, and instead of displaying the products (actually posts), one per row and one on top of another. I would like to display them 2 per row, one on top of another.
Instead of a post taking up 100% width, and when a new post is generated the new post just slides the first one down, maybe have a post take up 50% of the area, and then when a new post is generated, the first post slides over to the right instead of down. Then when a new (3rd) post is generated now the first post will slide down, and the second post over, and the new one taking top left position.
The way I’m explaining it might be a little confusion so I added some screenshots to help: http://brianfoder.com/ewb/screen1.jpg. What I would like to accomplish: http://brianfoder.com/ewb/screen2.jpg. Almost similar to the home page at http://www.cssremix.com/ except they go 5 across and let the rest flow down.
I’ve found a few threads relating to the splitting of a “post” into 2 columns (kinda like the Tabloid or TC Columns plug-in’s) but they seem to split the contents of a post over 2 columns opposed to separating entire posts into 2 columns.
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