|08-06-2008, 02:13 PM||#1 (permalink)|
Join Date: Feb 2008
Location: South London, UK
Alternative to faux columns for equal column height on a blog?
Hoping one of you lovely people can help me!
I've got a site at Aliventures - Home which is currently a static site -- but I have it as a Wordpress blog locally on my computer. Within the next month, I'm planning to replace the static site with the blog version (the current content will be Pages, and new content posted in different categories.)
However, I can't figure out a way to make all the columns the same height. On the static version, I've gotton around it by setting the wrapper to a fixed height (as all the current pages around around the same length) -- but once I switch to a blog, some pages are going to be a lot longer than others.
I've read about the "faux columns" trick of using a one-pixel deep image to mimic columns -- but as my left-most and right-most columns are tall graphics, that's not gonna work!
Has anyone else faced this problem? How did you get round it?
(I've also tried a few other tips I found online, like using paddings and margins, but it didn't seem to have any effect.)
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