Vertical Aligning a Paragraph
I basically want a picture on the right and to the left of it a paragraph of text vertically aligned centrally to that picture. Have set every single element to ‘middle’ in the position setting - but the paragraph always stays aligned at the top… I’m sure it is something simple I’m not doing right….
I can get the paragraph to align left, centre, right and justify - but can't get it to align vertically. In the Position pane there are options to align baseline, middle, top, bottom etc. It's this I don't seem to be able to get to work....
Goto the container you want your text Vertically Aligned. Set the Display property to Flex. Then set the Items to center.
If I have understood the matter correctly, the problem is vertical alignment of a paragraph. I have done it as follows.
(a) There are the following: a Slides Container and a Slide. Into the Slide I placed a 'container set', being a Master 1-1 Container element (which is a container with two 50%-width containers in it).
(b) I placed the paragraph in the left such inner container, and the picture in the right inner container.
(c) In the Position section of the Design panel I set the Master 1-1 container to Display:Table.
(d) In the Position section of the Design panel I set the inner containers to Display:Table-cell, and the Vertical Align of those inner containers to 'middle'.
I don't use the content slider, but attached I have a working code. Maybe you are able to use it in RCS.
Added later: I see that Steve is mentioning flex. I wasn't aware that flex can be used in RCS. But if that is possible, it's much easier than what I wrote.
Thanks also for the reply Steve - although I couldn't find the Flex property. Will keep searching...
Still looking for the Flex Display Property. Not sure it is an option with RCS...
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