I have a haiku site at HaikuMoment.com. The vast majority of my posts are haiku poems which consist of three short lines. I would like the poem to be the point of attention when someone navigates to one of my posts.
For example, if you go to http://haikumoment.com/spread-wings/, you will see the poem title, date and author, the haiku poem, social share icons, a couple post links, etc. I would like to do 2 things:
1. Move the date and author information to below the post.
2. put some white space above and below the haiku poem. I want to do this through global formatting rather than having to put spaces into the post itself.
A third thing if possible is to center the poem on whatever screen is used, but only for the Spring, Summer, Autumn and Winter post categories.
Thank you. You’ve been a great help. I’m mostly happy with the presentation of the 3-line haiku. What I would like is the haiku text to be left-justified, but centered under the logo at the top (example page). I consulted w3schools.com, but could not figure it out.
How might I do this?
Thanks in advance,
This reply was modified 4 years, 8 months ago by Steve Braun.