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    Hi everyone,

    I was wondering if someone could help me find a solution to this problem? I am using a loop to output blog posts. These posts are being set up in a two column layout. So I start a row when the count is 1, I list two posts, and then I close the row when the count is two.

    The problem I ran into was if the row only had 1 post in it. It doesn’t close the row properly. I’m trying to figure out how to close the row if there’s only 1 post without causing a problem when there’s two posts?


    Kitty Giraudel

    Using inline-blocks or float would definitely solve your problem. Is there any specific reason you’re using table formating?


    I am using a grid system with rows and columns of divs (no tables). I believe I have found a solution. At the end of the loop I can close the tags by checking if the modulus equals zero or not. Thanks!


    ahhh, `%`.

    : )

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