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  • #31163
    OlafG
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    I’m working on a site for a client, and I’ve just encountered some problems.
    This is the site in question: http://dev.olafg.com/mc/

    What I need is to add class=”alpha” to the first of the three smaller thumbs and class=”omega” to the last one to reset the margins on each side. How is that possible within the WordPress loop?

    Thanks!

    #67348
    ScottF
    Member

    I’ve dealt with close to the same issue but mine was with zebra striping. This forum post will show you how to solve your issue – http://wordpress.org/support/topic/zebra-striping-questions

    #67269
    seeingsound
    Member

    Easier solution: remove grid_12 class from .work_row. Then you don’t have to use alpha and omega at all.

    And btw after .grid_12, you don’t have to use .clearfix ;)

    #67171
    OlafG
    Member

    Thanks, both of you.

    Tried your tip seeingsound, but it didn’t seem to work. Did I do anything wrong? When i remove “alpha” the thumbs break over two lines… When I use alpha they are appearing in the correct manner on the left side, but there is some margin on the right side that I need to remove.

    #67066
    seeingsound
    Member

    Did you remove .grid_12 from . main-work_row?
    So this is your code












    I would do it like this:











    And then remove padding and margin from .main-work-row and .row-top, and give .thumb margin-top: 15px; margin-bottom: 15px. Works nicely :)

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