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Well, with developer tools open I was able to copy and past a series of <div>s that contained the controls and that managed to do the trick. I have to say that it would be a lot better to be able to copy several controls and paste them in to the visual editor, at least from the point of view of a normal users.

Now I just have to edit the last few items added.

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I guess you can add blocks: Image, Text to achieve what you want.

How to add blocks. https://support.squarespace.com/hc/en-us/articles/206543757-Adding-content-with-blocks

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I tried adding the blocks used, hoping they would align correctly, but that did not work. In the end, it was easier to identify the bits that defined a row, and just copy that. If one could select multiple blocks and copy them it might have worked, but each row was nested <div>s with the blocks inserted in them...one that defined the row and then another that defined the columns, so to speak, though of course a table can't be as responsive.

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In many cases the trick is to insert blocks correctly. If one watches carefully when dragging blocks around you will notice differences in how the insertion lines appear. And in some cases you will notice block appearing inside other blocks while dragging. All these feedback behaviors are giving you information. All the ins and outs are to numerous to expound upon here. Even though I know how some of this works I still use tricks to help me.

When I'm doing a layout like you have I use line blocks to make sure I'm keeping the rows separate. Then when I'm done, have saved, I go back in and delete the line blocks.

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In many cases the trick is to insert blocks correctly. If one watches carefully when dragging blocks around you will notice differences in how the insertion lines appear. And in some cases you will notice block appearing inside other blocks while dragging. All these feedback behaviors are giving you information. All the ins and outs are to numerous to expound upon here. Even though I know how some of this works I still use tricks to help me.

When I'm doing a layout like you have I use line blocks to make sure I'm keeping the rows separate. Then when I'm done, have saved, I go back in and delete the line blocks.

819891977_ScreenShot2020-10-22at6_01_24PM.thumb.png.ad448aafe718905e98bd1376ad5698d8.png

 

1856841592_ScreenShot2020-10-22at6_01_55PM.png.4097a64e066a5db4c766d73d1bba0e5f.png

 

720449814_ScreenShot2020-10-22at6_02_21PM.png.afeff319a047b9365e725168964f542d.png

 

834885395_ScreenShot2020-10-22at6_04_09PM.thumb.png.cb24a9621234ca106baaa8f80a9576da.png

 

575204542_ScreenShot2020-10-22at6_04_35PM.thumb.png.0cbce17874c8aaa658e3b9a4f3de0af9.png

 

751152111_ScreenShot2020-10-22at6_10_26PM.thumb.png.7201f8a02379704623d530efd880fcf1.png

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