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  • Using: MODX Revolution 2.1.3-pl (traditional)

    I have a image list that showing 2 image per row, there is 5 rows (total 10 images). The chunk create for every image a begin < div> and end is < /div> [this is because every images is linked with a title name]
    What I want is a black dotted line divider after a row, Do someone have any solution or can give me the right direction to implement this inside my site, thanks.

    What I want is this: (in the last row will the divider not showing up)
    image image
    ------------------------
    image image
    ------------------------
    image image
    ------------------------
    image image [ed. note: viewsonic last edited this post 7 years, 7 months ago.]
    • There should be a way to indicate the last item with a classname for it in the script you're using to generate the list, then you can use CSS to add the dotted lines (with a border-bottom) and not have the border at all on the "last" item.

      You could also use the CSS pseudo-class :last-child http://www.quirksmode.org/css/firstchild.html
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      • This is pretty simple actually and works from ie7 up.

        div { General stylings for your div }
        div + div { border-top: 1px dotted black; } 


        This will skip over the first div as it is not next sibling of div smiley And thus makes divider border for you

        Other way is like scottwell mentioned to use :fist-child in pretty similar manner, just reversed logic. Now removing the top border from the first div

        div { border-top: 1px dotted black; }
        div:first-child { border: 0; }
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