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[Resolved] Separating a Text Paragraph from Short-code Generated Content

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    Hi Tom and Leo

    i’m wondering if I could tap your knowledge for a moment please.

    When I write a post with the following layout:

    para [1] of text


    para [2] of text

    For some reason, the second para jumps up, to the right of the short-code. I’ve checked in the TEXT editor and there does not appear to be any weird code in there forcing it to do this.

    IF I hit “enter” about 6-7 times, to force para 2 down the page, it finally does what I want and moves under the short-code.

    Any suggestions to address this appreciated please – for example, can I wrap the short-code in anything to force Para [2] below it?

    I’ve already tried <br> no luck, I’ve tried wrapping both the short-code and para 2 in <p>….</p> no luck, I tried span…tried a block! Any suggestions appreciated, in a nutshell, how to separate para of text from short-code generated content. My coding skills a limited, so I don’t want to dig a bottomless hole on trying endless stuff.

    Thank you.

    GP Premium 1.4.3
    Customer Support

    Hi there,

    Hmm try wrapping the shortcode in a div like this:
    <div>[INSERT SHORTCODE HERE]</div>

    If not can you link me to the page?



    Hi Leo,

    Thanks for your help. I’ve sent you a link to the DRAFT Post. “div” didn’t resolve it sadly.

    Any other suggestions much appreciated.


    Customer Support

    The plugin you are using has float: left !important; added in style:

    .amzps-adbox-11 {
        float: left !important;
        margin-bottom: 10px !important;
        width: 550px !important;
        display: block !important;
        border: 0px solid #FFFFF !important;

    You would need to overwrite it with something like this:

    .entry-content .amzps-adbox-11 {
        float: none !important;

    The contents shouldn’t be difficult to create without a plugin though?


    Thanks again Leo…that appears to have done the trick…’s greatly appreciated.

    Customer Support
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