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Lovely layouts for content areas?

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bizint

I'm struggling to find out how some guys creat lovely layouts actually with the content section...see this for example: http://www.morganlovell.co.uk/about-us/credentials/ See have nice images and text all tabled out well .... I'm thinking its some block thing they are using. But honestly I have o idea.... it just looks lovely and I dont think they are doing this with standard wordpress content areas?

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Rob
First, it's not a Wordpress site. Next, they're using customized CSS to create the page, created by a professional web designer (signed, bottom right). We have Pros too, and if you'd like to recreate that properly, I'd suggest reaching out to http://www.pagelines.com/pros for assistance. The blocks are simply styled lists and elements. Try downloading Firebug (http://www.getfirebug.com) for Firefox which will show you the styling of the elements on their site.

Former PageLines Moderator, Food Expert and Raconteur

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bizint
Def not a wordpress site? Can you tell whats its built in/with...

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michaeljohnprice
You should use banners if you have Platform Pro. There's an example of it use on my website: http://www.quantumpolitics.org/ Check out the documentation here: http://www.pagelines.com/docs/banners

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bizint
Hey Michael, you're defiently on to something there....a banner set would be ideal to list out - but as far I know you can put them listed out in the oage content area?

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bizint
Scuse my spelling etc....as far I'm aware we cant put banner sets in the page content section?

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kastelic
No, you cannot. You can however use the Universal Sidebar, which you can place text widgets inside. For your solution though, I recommend using a columns shortcode plugin, as i said in your other post.

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bizint
Banner sets would be ideal "in post"a nice beta upgrade!

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