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how to set a news feed contained within an area
mattpone

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Msg#: 4685633 posted 2:05 pm on Jul 7, 2014 (gmt 0)

I have a wordpress site that pulls the last 3 stories through to the front page at the moment. I have been asked to change it so that it pulls more through to the front page but only want the news section to reach the same depth as the bottom of the image on the right and have a scrollbar so that you can see the rest of the stories

This also needs to take the responsiveness of the site into consideration. I am quite happy changing the code to pull through more stories but could do with some help on the styling please.

[edited by: incrediBILL at 3:37 am (utc) on Jul 13, 2014]
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Dammy



 
Msg#: 4685633 posted 3:13 pm on Jul 7, 2014 (gmt 0)

what did you mean by styling? are you talking about a beautiful CSS file... right?

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Msg#: 4685633 posted 10:25 pm on Jul 7, 2014 (gmt 0)

Something like this is probably more appropriate for the CSS forum... [webmasterworld.com]

However, looking at your site, you seem to have achieved your goal? Looks good! Care to share? :)

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