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Posted on 2014-04-21
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We are attempting to implement the Infinite Scroll wordpress plugin on our site that runs the GridFX theme. When we scroll down, Infinite Scroll loads the next set of posts, however the posts are not together and there is a lot of space in between them. What function can I call to reorganize the images on our page? Currently when you load the page, the images are all spread apart and then something (javascript, jquery?) pushes them together to make them appear in the proper grid. We need to be able to call that function to push the images back into the grid.
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Tips & tricks  http://userproplugin.com/gridfx/tips/

check I want to customize the width of grid area
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