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Hi,

Coming unstuck with using spacers to push content around.

I have a page which is a child of a navigation bar link.  Because the page is included in a drop down menu, I can't use an index page.  

I have wanted to recreate the look of the "features" module within Index pages, and while it looks good on desktop and tablet, the ordering of the content going out of whack on mobile (the icons no longer over the content).  The part of the page I am talking about is "The Clean Plate Menu Planning System"

Is there a way of saving this as it is?  Or can anyone suggest a way to reconstruct it within the "page" structure, so I get a better result on mobile?

Best regards.

 

 

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Hi @tuanphan,

The blocks still continue to behave badly.  I couldn't get it to do what you suggested above - the block would just want to go above or next to eachother, rather than stack.  What I have ended up with looks fine on mobile, but has a lot of white space on desktop.

 

Would you have any other suggestions?  I am assuming there is no way to group or  "wrap" these items - I guess not, as they won't have unique ids?

Appreciate your help so far.

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On 11/16/2022 at 7:55 AM, Bookworm said:

Hi @tuanphan,

The blocks still continue to behave badly.  I couldn't get it to do what you suggested above - the block would just want to go above or next to eachother, rather than stack.  What I have ended up with looks fine on mobile, but has a lot of white space on desktop.

 

Would you have any other suggestions?  I am assuming there is no way to group or  "wrap" these items - I guess not, as they won't have unique ids?

Appreciate your help so far.

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