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Need 3 or more images in a row

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CTCT Employee

Re: Need 3 or more images in a row

Hello @ConnectWW

 

 

We have some great  options available in our 3rd generation editor including 3 and 5 column layouts. This will give you the flexibility to have multiple images side by side. You can even create a 4 column layout by deleting one of the columns from the 5 column layout.  For more details on layouts click here.

 

Thanks!


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Re: Need 3 or more images in a row

Hi, While the 3 column block is great for desktop view, it does seem to break up in the mobile view - what can I do about that?

 

Thanks! Marisha 

CTCT Employee

Re: Need 3 or more images in a row

Hello @PatriciaF378,

 

Thank you for contacting us today.  The columns in the 3G editor are designed to stack on top of each other to maximize readability on a mobile device.  In this case, to keep all three images together regardless of format, you would need to place all three images in a single image.  I will absolutely pass along feedback to the appropriate teams on this!

 


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Re: Need 3 or more images in a row

You could use in-line css in the Advanced Editor to place your 3 pics anywhere you want them. Or you could put it in the header and use it in a template. 

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Re: Need 3 or more images in a row

You can access the full html in the Advanced Editor. I write ALL my own code and only use the advanced editor. It's not dumb-down at all. I use the newest html and css tags and it works beautifully. I haven't tried javascripts yet, but am toying with the idea of adding some in. I'll let you know if that works.