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For the Post Slider, I want to mess around with placement and order of elements – i.e. “Read More” comes after the description line, but it’s not below it, it’s next to it on same line. And maybe the date comes first. What do I look for in the code and where is the code?
This is the standard:
But I might want to do something like this:
All of the ALB elements you use in the builder are in the theme files as individual php files or are made up extended classes within a file. Look for config-templatebuilder>avia-shortcodes>postslider.php
What do you mean by access the Content Elements? Do you want to edit the code? You can find all avia shortcodes on config-templatebuilder > avia-shortcodes folder.
I’m thinking of just moving things around (i.e. Date above the title, etc) via CSS, since I just don’t want to mess with php. I know it’s not the best way but do you think it would be ok to just use CSS?
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