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siserou
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on 11/18/2011

Hello Everyone

If I want to make more than one column, I realize that I can insert a table into the html, and that works great with text and my own graphics.

But what about modules? For example, if I want to split my content into 2 columns with the left hand side the text and the right hand side an item from amazon, how do I put the amazon module into the column. As far as I can see sales modules only go above or below the text module.

Do I need to make my own links and paste them in, but then how does wizzley share in that?

Excited to get my first wizzle done, and have been searching and watching videos, but cannot figure this point out.

Thx for taking the time to read my post and trying to help.

 

chefkeem
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on 11/18/2011

Hi siserou,

here's a tutorial on resizing modules: http://wizzley.com/two-column-tutorial/ 

You can place a half-size Amazon module next to a half-size text module.

For Amazon, Zazzle, and AllPosters we don't allow an author's own aff-links. Please use our modules for those ads.

For all other affiliate companies such as Sharasale, Pepperjam, etc. you may use your personal aff-links however you see fit.  

 


Achim "Chef Keem" Thiemermann is the co-founder of a pretty cool new platform called...um...er...oh, yeah - Wizzley.com.
siserou
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on 11/18/2011

Thank you for such a quick response. I appreciate the video so that I can read about the sizing and learn how to effectively use the space on the page.

wrylilt
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on 11/18/2011

I like the "space" capsule too. Basically it's just a blank white line, but if a few  capsules aren't ending up where you want them, insert a space so that some will be above and some below. 

siserou
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on 11/18/2011

Ahhh, that's a good point about the space capsule. I actually had to do the opposite. There were huge white gaps between the modules which looked awful, so I went into the html to see what was happening. A lot of <p>tags had been inserted, and once I removed those, the sections tightened up. Just how I like them now.

Since I literally this minute published my first page, I have to honestly say this system is quite easy to use. I am eager to get more articles written to post.

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