Post Separator

This particular option can be found by logging into your site's admin area and going to:
"ProPhoto" > "Customize" > "Content" > "Post/Page Footer"

In this area, you can choose how to separate posts from one another on page-types where more than one is displayed.

Option 1: 

With this option, you don’t use a line or an image, but just get to set the spacing between posts.

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1) This space will be the spacing assigned in this option area, or the spacing above the header assigned in the the “Post header alignment & spacing below” option area under the “Content” > “Post/page header” tab, whichever is greater.

Option 2: use a line to separate posts

With this option selected, you can choose the color, width, and style of the line, plus tweak the spacing below it.   For example, these settings:

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Result in:

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1) The space between the bottom of the post and your post separator is set within this option area.

2) The space between your post separator and the post header is set in the “Post header alignment & spacing below” option area under the “Content” > “Post/page header” tab.

Option 3: upload a custom image to separate posts

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With this option selected, you can choose a custom image to be used as a separator between posts. Activate this option, tweak the spacing below, and upload an image in the option area immediately under this one to get this working. Your uploaded image will be centered below each post.post-separator-image-screenshot

1) The space between the bottom of the post and your post separator is set within this option area.

2) The space between your post separator and the post header is set in the “Post header alignment & spacing below” option area under the “Content” > “Post/page header” tab.


This particular option can be found by logging into your site's admin area and going to:
"ProPhoto 4" > "Customize" > "Content" > "Post/Page Footer"

In this area, you can choose how to separate posts from one another on page-types where more than one is displayed.

Option 1: use a line to separate posts

This is the default option. With this option selected, you can choose the color, width, and style of the line, plus tweak the spacing below it. The default is a subtle, dotted, grey line, but you could change it to whatever you want, like so:

post-separator-line-screenshot

1) The space between the bottom of the post and your post separator is set within this option area.

2) The space between your post separator and the post header is set in the “Post header alignment & spacing below” option area under the “Content” > “Post/page header” tab.

Option 2:

With this option, you don’t use a line or an image, but just get to set the spacing between posts.

post-separator-none-screenshot

1) This space will be the spacing assigned in this option area, or the spacing above the header assigned in the the “Post header alignment & spacing below” option area under the “Content” > “Post/page header” tab, whichever is greater.

Option 3: upload a custom image to separate posts

With this option selected, you can choose a custom image to be used as a separator between posts. Activate this option, tweak the spacing below, and upload an image in the option area immediately under this one to get this working. Your uploaded image will be centered below each post.post-separator-image-screenshot

1) The space between the bottom of the post and your post separator is set within this option area.

2) The space between your post separator and the post header is set in the “Post header alignment & spacing below” option area under the “Content” > “Post/page header” tab.

This particular option can be found by logging into your site's admin area and going to:
"Appearance" > "P3 Customize" > "Content" > "Post/Page Footer"

In this area, you can choose how to separate posts from one another on page-types where more than one is displayed.

Option 1: use a line to separate posts

This is the default option. With this option selected, you can choose the color, width, and style of the line, plus tweak the spacing below it. The default is a subtle, dotted, grey line, but you could change it to whatever you want, like so:

post-separator-line-screenshot

1) The space between the bottom of the post and your post separator is set within this option area.

2) The space between your post separator and the post header is set in the “Post header alignment & spacing below” option area under the “Content” > “Post/page header” tab.

Option 2:

With this option, you don’t use a line or an image, but just get to set the spacing between posts.

post-separator-none-screenshot

1) This space will be the spacing assigned in this option area, or the spacing above the header assigned in the the “Post header alignment & spacing below” option area under the “Content” > “Post/page header” tab, whichever is greater.

Option 3: upload a custom image to separate posts

With this option selected, you can choose a custom image to be used as a separator between posts. Activate this option, tweak the spacing below, and upload an image in the option area immediately under this one to get this working. Your uploaded image will be centered below each post.post-separator-image-screenshot

1) The space between the bottom of the post and your post separator is set within this option area.

2) The space between your post separator and the post header is set in the “Post header alignment & spacing below” option area under the “Content” > “Post/page header” tab.

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