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Needing some assistance on resizing buttons to suit tablet size, what would be the best css to use to make sure buttons on tablet view size down nicely, and don't have the words jump to the next line see screenshot. Would it have something to do with the padding? 


Also, is there a code snippet to allow the images to not stretch at this size also? There's obviously a break point between mobile and smaller tablet view where it looks super messy, would love if the mobile view I can see worked up to laptop size. Not sure if thats even possible 


Tips and trick welcomed! Thank you 


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Hey @jesleacreative - this is such a great question; the lack of tablet view in the editor can cause some design headaches 🫠 we do have some options with custom code, but before we jump to those, you can try setting the buttons to fit instead of fill under the design menu for those buttons. You can stretch the container (blue outline) to be centered under the three columns but take up more space, so the button has room to stretch to fit the text, even when displayed on smaller screens. Here is a little example for you: 

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