Using project style2 if you don't have enough portfolios to fill the whole row example you have 2 instead of 3 the layout seems to make the second one go to the right side leaving a gap in the center. How can I make this display more normal so the second one would just fill the gap in the center leaving an empty space on the right.
Attached files: project style2 leaves space in center.PNG
Please send link your website to check.
On my website test, "OT Portfolio Style 2" element work fine: http://prntscr.com/hir5hu
Post except isn't an issue this was added by just adding the below code to the template. I have added code to the function to even out the excepts. Previously the space was in the center I noticed due to text uneven lines forcing it that way. I have evened out the except length so all equal and now notice everything aligns to the right but due to that it uses absolute values doing this I am unsure what file I should be looking for to change it to align to the left.<?php echo the_excerpt() ?>
You have provided a bad example as you have uneven images but the fact that the large uneven image is on the right shows that it is aligning to the right and you will be able to see that it is doing this with absolutes values so this isn't a simple css fix.
Site is currently under development so not live yet to provide link. Also I have checked removing the except text if it makes any difference which as expected it didn't. Site is running on latest update as far as I know being (18.104.22.168). I just need to know what to edit to change alignment usually this is simple with css but as screenshot shows this is done using scripts changing the absolute values. Rather than spending hours searching through files for these if you could tell me where so I can edit it to left align that would be great.
Attached files: left align.PNG
Please send your link website for check and help.
Please see how Masonry work: https://masonry.desandro.com/layout.html
You can close this ticket now. I have resolved this myself now no help from yourself. Also note your example url uses different script to your actual site as the example uses % for response absolute compared to yours uses px.
Ok, No Problem, Thank you