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User 53728 Photo


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Hi, Everyone,

I have a design layout question. How do I place both the logo "MySLIC" and telephone number on the upper right corner?

See, attached files, and .red file at https://tinyurl.com/yxg23pul

Additionally, let me know if I'm following the best RED design techniques?

Thanks,
Hal
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User 53728 Photo


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Hi, Everyone,

Attached is the desired breaking points result.

Harold
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User 187934 Photo


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I think your going to want to place them as one image in the header.
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I can't hear what I'm looking at.
It's easy to overlook something you're not looking for.

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User 1991012 Photo


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Hi Hal,
What Eric suggested is the easiest way.
However, if you are searching for a responsive solution with stacking the columns:
Re - How do I place both the logo "MySLIC" and telephone number on the upper right corner?
Try to put them in the upper right column?
Re - Attached is the desired breaking points result.
When needed (probably the lowest breakpoint), change to 12 spans for both columns and test everything.
The alternative way would be to use two containers instead of two columns.

Stay well,
Z.
User 53728 Photo


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Hi, Z & Eric,

Moving the items to the right column, and changing the span from 6 to 12, before the first break point (left to right) worked.

Here is the URL link to the .html code, available at https://tinyurl.com/yyoq9ppj

Thanks,
Harold

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