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Container for columns in backend

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Hi.

Just wondering about stuff that is inserted via SPPB. you see at pictures. There are no "containers" in the sections i import via SPPB. How do one adjust those in columns? Hope that you understand what i mean...:)

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Paul Frankowski - Staff

More than a month ago #Permalink
section built by JS

what is that? We do not support custom JavaScript (JS) here.
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You can always change the grid (or build a new one), just use custom Column grid,
some info was in SPPB Documentation > How To Tips. Anyway
For example, you can use: 12+6+6 OR 12+4+4+4 OR 4+4+4+12
so you don't have to use nested rows.

Paul Frankowski - Staff

More than a month ago #Permalink
Hi,
in 2nd screenshot (Rows_sppb_2.jpg ) you have nested Rows, Row inside Row.
So far it's the only way to have advanced layout.

Andreas

More than a month ago #Permalink
Hi,
in 2nd screenshot (Rows_sppb_2.jpg ) you have nested Rows, Row inside Row.
So far it's the only way to have advanced layout.


Ok, thanks. But as i understand it, when i insert a section built by JS as a ready-to-go section it is never nested rows. So for example at my first picture (Rows_sppb.jpg) the columns are 4+4+4 and you cannot change that?

I cannot even build that if i wanted...:)

Andreas

More than a month ago #Permalink
Yes i know that and this is really not a problem more a question, i am curious. How do you even build without nested rows in PB? As in your picture.

The section on first picture is imported via Pagebuilder.
Custom section. That must been built by you, yes?

Section built by JS is of course JoomShaper...:)

Paul Frankowski - Staff

More than a month ago #Permalink
Sorry I got lost what you really want from me.

Your Image
Rows_sppb.jpg

I told you how to build this 1h ago

12+4+4+4

Andreas

More than a month ago #Permalink
I am sorry, tested and working fine.
Worked so many sites and still i had no idea.

That made my whole day. Thank you kindly Paul!

(Sorry for my confusion and I should have read better)

Paul Frankowski - Staff

More than a month ago #Permalink
you're welcome.

I guess you need a long holiday. ;)


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