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Is it plausible to make these links wrap?

  • # October 2, 2009 at 1:57 pm

    I setup a custom page for a new construction company where they can add custom client pages that are password protected. I made it dynamic so when they add a new sub page it just shows up on the client’s page.

    Question I have is I’m seeing alot of wasted space. I’m fairly confident I could just create 3 columns and define what child pages are showing in each column, but I see problems in the future when they try and add like 5 to 10 pages.

    So is there any way you can think of to make this wrap easily? Or is it too much trouble to be worth it?

    The alternative is to style the links to be bigger, more button like and to add some "client-y" pictures on the right and that would sufficiently flesh the page out IMO.

    http://tuhavi.com/?page_id=19

    # October 2, 2009 at 3:42 pm

    I think it looks perfectly fine, to be honest. There’s nothing wrong with white space.

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