Reducing block size to thumbnail-size image width

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hbranes
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Reducing block size to thumbnail-size image width

I want two thumbnail size images side by side on the left and text on the right. It only allows me to change the width to a predefined length, however, my images are smaller than the block size. There are two images below. The first image is what I want to achieve:

2images-text.jpg

 

The second image below shows the boundaries of the image block that I want to decrease to the size of the image itself.

2images-text-CC.jpg

 

 

 

 

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Mary_S
Employee

Hello @hbranes,

The design with the two thumbnails and wider text is certainly attractive!

 

With three items across, you’ve seen you can only drag the gutters between cells/sections creating a predefined width for each block. You can try aligning your images to create closer to the desired design (align first thumbnail to right, second thumbnail to left).


But to achieve the desired design, I would suggest creating one single image that contains both thumbnails.



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Mary_S
Employee

Hello @hbranes,

The design with the two thumbnails and wider text is certainly attractive!

 

With three items across, you’ve seen you can only drag the gutters between cells/sections creating a predefined width for each block. You can try aligning your images to create closer to the desired design (align first thumbnail to right, second thumbnail to left).


But to achieve the desired design, I would suggest creating one single image that contains both thumbnails.



Mary S.
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hbranes
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Thank you. Hopefully, future updates to the third party platform will add a feature to resize manually.