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I just activated a genesis theme on my site and the images don't behave in the same way that they do on the twenty twelve theme. If I have an image and then I have some h2 text following the image, I would expect the h2 text to be placed below the image. But this is not happening. Instead the text and the images run together.
How can I modify the css to place the h2 tagged text below the image.
Here is an example where the images are running together with the h2 text:http://rmcore.com/collect-email-addresses/
I'm guessing you want to add
clear: both; to the CSS rule for your h2 headings.
This is what that looks like:
Jamie @ Ladebug Studios
Yes! That looks the way I want it to. Thanks for this answer.
Now for the noob question. Should I create a child theme of the genesis theme and then modify a css file? What is the best way to make the css update?
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