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I am using the GD Star plugin to monitor what people are rating the apps located on my site, http://tablified.com. I want to place the widgets (the ones that tell me which of the apps are top rated) side by side but unfortunately I can only place the widgets on top of each other. Is there any way I can force them to be side by side. Having the widgets stacked doesn't utilize the space and it just makes the page extremely long and look ugly. I am sure that this can be done with any widget but GD Star is what I am using. Any thoughts?

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The markup for widgets depends on sidebar they are placed in and controlled by wp_register_sidebar() arguments, used for it.

The actual presentation of them in front end depends on how theme styles that markup. This is mostly CSS issue and has little to do with WordPress.

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I apologize. I didn't mean to post in the wrong section. Thanks for the help though. – Ayman Sep 12 '11 at 0:39

Come On . Do you need a tutorial in HTML now.You can control div layout by CSS
Here is the code :-

<div class="sidebars">
<div class="sidebar">
<?php dynamic_sidebar('sidebar-one'); ?>
<div class="sidebar">
<?php dynamic_sidebar('sidebar-two'); ?>

CSS :-


I hope you can complete the rest now.You will need to register sidebars before calling them. :)

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