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I'm using iframes - Amazon affiliate images - and can no longer get them to line up side-by side. It used to work just to make sure there was no space between the close tag and the subsequent opening tag (</iframe><iframe...), and they'd sit nicely side-by side. But now they are showing up on the live page one per line, so they're all on the left with a bunch of blank space to the right of each one. The post is here: http://www.homebrewaudio.com/monitors-ariana-grande-ears-saturday-night-live/
Looking at the "inspect element" I notice a div class called "fv-responsive" whose width is 809px. Forgive my lack of HTML and CSS skill, but how would I change this class to have a smaller width?
I reply to my above question - it turns out that a plugin is causing this. The developer had actually caught the bug last night and will be fixing it tomorrow:).
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