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Adding 2 banners to callout section

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kathmason

Hi I'd like to add 2 banners to my header callout section, so that they appear adjacent to each other. How do I do this? Adding two lots of code just make them appear under each other. link is estartinganinternetbusiness.net thanks

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kastelic

Try this in Custom Code -> Custom CSS:

.home #callout .callout_text{width:100%}
	.home #callout .callout_text img{
	float:left;
	margin:0 45px;
	}

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cshoffmann

I took a look at your site and I suggest it may be better to use a full-width sidebar with a text widget dragged in and then one example of html to add to banners side by side centetered with a little padding would be: <!center> <!a href="image link to where you want to go"> <!img src="url for the image to display" style="padding: 0 25px 0 0;" /> <!/a> <!a href="2nd image link to where you want to go"> <!img src="url for the 2nd image to display" /> <!/a> <!/center> Screenshot of the center, padding 25px example above: http://www.screencast.com/users/cshoffmann/folders/Jing/media/3431dbaf-10b3-42ce-9f06-b1c213c6af7e or use floats, instead of center and padding: <!a href="image link to where you want to go"> <!img src="url for the image to display" style="float:left;" /> <!/a> <!a href="2nd image link to where you want to go"> <!img src="url for the 2nd image to display" style="float:right;"/> <!/a> Screenshot of using floats: http://www.screencast.com/users/cshoffmann/folders/Jing/media/718e2213-ba77-4c21-854c-fcff53e9a730 Keep in mind you will need two images of widths that will fill the page width in the float example. Or, add to the style "margin-left: #px;" on the left imgage and "margin-right: #px;" on the right image. Remove the exclamation marks on the beginning of each line of code if you use it. By doing this, you reserve the call to action function of Platform Pro something else. Using the widget logic plugin you could have the full-width sidebar on several pages and repeat the process in other text widgets allowing you to put different image banners on each page as you designate them. Here's a thread about the widget logic plugin: http://www.pagelines.com/forum/topic/8378 Keep in mind this is just another way to do it. There are many ways. Jimmy's works too!

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