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For a course in university , we have to make a website in Drupal. The problem is, we don't know a lot of HTML and CSS (except for the information we can find on internet). So I don't really know how to solve my problem.

Have a look at this image:

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You can see all the images are shown underneath each other. I want them in a horizontal line, like some kind of grid (4 images next to each other and then a new row with another 4 images ).

How can I solve this?

closed as off-topic by Krishna Mohan, Mołot, kiamlaluno Dec 9 '14 at 19:54

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It's not about Drupal itself. You need some css knowledge.

Install firebug (for firefox) first and then check your images' class via firebug.

Then add something like that to your css file:

.my-image { float: left; width: 25% }

If you don't know how to do these, learn a little css and html to survive.

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