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2 modules next to each other, how do I do that?

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Have a look at this page. I'm rebuilding it with Ultimate and Pagebuilder. The clocks and the calendars are the problem.

On this page I have a 4 col right column. I gave the clocks a suffix col-md-6, so they stand next to each other. The calendars are placed full width (which is col-md-4) in the same position.

Try as I may, I can't get this done in Page Builder or Ultimate.

I set the row 8+2+2, which works fine for the clocks. But the calendars show awful under it.

How do I solve this one? (I can set something online tomorrow.)

4 Answers

Paul Frankowski - Staff

More than a month ago #Permalink
Now I see that

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Paul Frankowski - Staff

More than a month ago #Permalink
Probably clock and calendar have built-in width that's why you have to use custom CSS to correct this.

Columns are working fine with typical content.


More than a month ago #Permalink
No, it's the template. I build that one with Joostrap - which is gone by now. In Joostrap you can add modules to a position next to each other and setting the size with col-md-x. The clocks are 2 modules with the suffix col-m-6 to give each half the size. The calendar is also in the position, but following without suffix.

I've been trying several ways to get columns next to each other in Helix, but that's a tougher nut to crack than I thought. Not placing 2 positions, that's easy as pie. What I would need is col-md-8 for the content, with col-md-2/col-md-2 for the clocks. That easy to do. But getting the calendars under it would be a new row. That's the problem.

Paul Frankowski - Staff

More than a month ago #Permalink
In helix ultimate, you have Layout - where you can manage grid of columns.

But think out of the box.
Inside "Custom" module you can add two modules with CSS Bootstrap4 classes

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