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Default Getting Database Results to display horizontally

Hello All,

Currently maintaining a website using Microsoft Expression Web. Database Result Page is similar to the following set up using Expression Web tools:

PropertyAddress1 PropertyOwner1 PropertyImage1 more details
PropertyAddress2 PropertyOwner2 PropertyImage2 more details
PropertyAddress3 PropertyOwner3 PropertyImage3 more details


Client would now like just image and address on results page but not in a vertical format, but rather in a horizontal format of 3 columns, like so:

PropertyImage1 PropertyImage2 PropertyImage3
PropertyAddress1 PropertyAddress2 PropertyAddress3

PropertyImage4 PropertyImage5 PropertyImage6
PropertyAddress4 PropertyAddress5 PropertyAddress6

with each image as a hyperlink to the details page of the property, kind of like the "more details" link in the first example.

Can anyone help me out with how to accomplish this?





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