The Question

I recently got asked the question of how can I put a line under each of my posts on the multi post screen?

This is a question that I had asked myself at some point as its nice to separate out each post to make it obvious to everyone where each post preview starts and ends. The solution I came up with was to use CSS and place a bottom border after each post; therefore producing the line.

The Solution

The following steps and images show how I did this using just CSS with in the Ultimatum system

1) Goto your template and layout – So – Ultimatum > Template > Layout

 

2) Select the specific layout you have with your WordPress Default Loop in it

 

3) Select EDIT CSS > Layout Specific CSS from the top of the layout

4) Select Core WP > Posts from the menu

5) In Post Container (All Posts) section; Post Container Border – Set a size for Border bottom; select solid or some other style and a colour

 

Doing it this way its using the Ultimatum framework to edit the CSS and produce this effect. There are other solutions; some of which involve custom CSS – but doing it this way works.

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