"jumping" columns - Post ID 267023
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You will see on the attached file that point 2 does not line up as it should. A number of interesting things happen if I look closer. ( Please note:Every point sit in an individual row with identical class name. Every row has 2 identical columns, also class named)
1. If I duplicate row with point 1, the "problem" moves to the new row.
2. If I move the slider at the top to smaller than 391px (there is no breakpoint at 391) the problem is solved.
3. If I move the slider to larger than 754px (again with no breakpoint at 754) the problem also rears its head on point 4.
Interesting question: There was a -2 top margin on all the rows. Why does it only affect some of the rows?
then change the " List Settings - List Type = None"
all margins to zero
Position to "Position Relative"
Then in each "List Item Container" insert element "text"
type your list with the numbers
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and so on.
set each List Item Container with the same class and set the top margin to whatever you want
(it actually describes a bit more complicated than it is to do)
anyway just a though to keep in mind if ever you have to do something similar
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That is an alternative I have used many times.
I have a problem with the way that system handle the left margin. Same as in RSD, and for that reason I prefer my method.
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