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Ok so this is kind of a challenge question for all out there with little tricks up their sleeves when using Featured Images in the Genesis Featured Custom Post Types with featured image widget...that's a mouthful lol!
These would be showing on the Home page of a child theme using Author Pro. How can I make each Featured Image going down alternate the side the featured image is on?? Right now each Featured Image that shows up are all aligned on the same side due to the way the widget is set up (example: align left box is checked in the widget) is there a way to add the widget in more than once and offset the posts somehow so that they are on on either side going down, or is there a way to do with with css?
To see what I mean go to the studiopress demo for this site, scroll down and see the one at the bottom in black, if a few were stacked on top of each other the pic would be on the same side. How can they alternate?? StudioPress Author Pro theme demo
Interested to hear the responses to this one 😉http://demo.studiopress.com/author/
As you posted this a while back, I hope you got your issue resolved.
If it is resolved, please go ahead and mark it resolved, so that it can be closed.
If you are still looking for a solution, you might have more luck posts on the Genesis Facebook group - it's a pretty active group with 5,000 members: https://www.facebook.com/groups/genesiswp/
Figured this out, it was actually in the settings of the Home Page Featured widget, don't know how I missed that at first, I should have posted back sooner.
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