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Old January 14th, 2011, 06:41 PM
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Default Replicate a V1 category list

Ok, to start with, I just want to make my stores look the same as they do now.

I am trying to replicate the category list that I have currently, ie to look like it is now on here:
http://wallstickers-decals.com/

So far I have the following code:
PHP Code:
<!-- Category List -->
[
category.list id='dfcatcol1' before='<div class="cl">' after='</div>']
  <
div class="cell col2">
    <
div class="bdr">
      <
a href="[category.link]" title="[category.name]"><img src="[category.thumbnail]" alt="[category.name]" /></a>
      <
a href="[category.link]" title="[category.name]">[category.name]</a>
      <
br />
      <
div class="catdesc">[category.description]</div>
    </
div>
  </
div>
[/
category.list]
<!-- /
Category List -->&#8203; 
Which I am outputting here for now, just for testing: http://www.batbarmitzvahinvitations.com/store

So I have the 3 elements on the page in two columns. Part 1 done.
But I can not for the life of me get it to look the same as the other website, with the title next to the image.
I know I have to change some of the css code, but... um.. which part!?

HELP
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Old January 14th, 2011, 07:10 PM
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You could apply these highlighted styles to the images either to the <img> tag itself (like what I've done) or better yet, give the image a custom class and style them that way.

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You could apply these highlighted styles to the images either to the <img> tag itself (like what I've done) or better yet, give the image a custom class and style them that way.

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Old January 14th, 2011, 07:22 PM
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Thanks, that worked on the test site.
Better brush up on my css skills!

And would love that preview function!
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Old January 14th, 2011, 07:33 PM
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Preview here wouldn't really help you too much because so many CSS stylings from your theme would override previews generated via the Factory.
 


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