Curvaceous or columnar?

Curvaceous or columnar?

If you are wondering how to get curvy boxes without Photoshop and nice looking page layouts with columns, then read on.

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To achieve the above, you need a little bit of css:

#pic-container {
background: #E3E3E3;
font: normal normal normal 12px/1.6em helvetica, arial, sans-serif; margin: auto;
padding: 12px;
width: 600px;
-moz-border-radius: 18px;
border-radius: 18px;}

#pic-container p {
-moz-column-count: 2;
-moz-column-gap: 20px;
-webkit-column-count: 2;
-webkit-column-gap: 20px;
column-count: 2;
column-gap: 20px;}

Just place the above code in the custom css editor, modify and then wrap your image in a div id called pic-container and stick the caption in a paragraph block. Older browsers may not show off your hard work, but should degrade ‘gracefully’.
Google ‘CSS3 generator’ for a head start!