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Posted on 2013-05-16
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Hi,

I have created a gym website and I have a question:

I have created articles regarding the programs that the gym is offering with this layout:

http://www.euphoriacy.com/programs

Basically you click on any program logo in order to go to the article and read more about it.

I would like to change the layout and make it like this:

http://btscy.com/

If you scroll down a bit you will see that for every program, there is a smaller logo and the first three lines of the articles - after that you click on read more to go to the specific article.

How can I do that? I think the second layout is much nicer.

Thanks!
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Can someone help please?

Thanks!
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I found the solution myself: Used a Category Blog Layout
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