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  • #776070

    Hi guys,

    I have a question for a new website I have to make.

    How can I create a home page with blocks varying in height and width? I know we can use content section and row and create various columns resp. cels within them. However, how can I create columns or cels that cover two or three content sections / rows in height?

    Could be something like the (Purchase code hidden if logged out) -masonry-grid/”>Portfolio Column Masonry Grid in your 2017 demo, however, it does not concern portfolio items only. Each content block needs to contain it’s own content. Can be image, text, portfolio, news/blog item or whatever.

    What I need to achieve is comparable to Das Ill, a website also made using Enfold.

    Can you please advise?

    Thanks & regards,
    Monique

    #776682

    Hey Monique,

    It seems like they are using this plugin – https://codecanyon.net/item/essential-grid-wordpress-plugin/7563340. I believe that would be the easiest way to achieve the layout you are going for :)

    Best regards,
    Yigit

    #779437

    Aha, thanks for the input Yigit!

    I looked at this plugin, explanation, examples and such. Variable colums option seems most close but I can do all that with Enfold too. I have not seen any examples with blocks covering more than one row, so propably the developer of Das Ill has created their own grids. I will have a further look into this.

    Have you ever seen the UX Builder of (Purchase code hidden if logged out) /5484319″>Flatsome theme? It offers the functionality to build flexible grids which looks very much what my client wants. Their search function does not look into pages and posts contents though. And anyway I prefer Enfold :-)

    Do you know whether Kriesi has this kind of functionality in mind for future updates?

    Best regards,
    Monique

    #779880

    Hi Monique,

    Not sure about that , but you can request a feature here and if it gets a lot of votes it might get implemented.

    Thank you for using Enfold! Have fun with it :)
    If you need further assistance please let us know.
    Best regards,
    Victoria

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