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[SOLVED] First question on Astroid and the Layout Manager 6 months 2 weeks ago #22144

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First I want to say bravo to the administrative panel. Coming from RocketTheme and try all of the big one out there... I was REALLY impress by the simplicity and clarity of design and the power behind it.

I find my way in minutes without any documentation.
GREAT JOB!

My first question is, how do you align (Left, center, right) elements in a position ? — I see no setting ?
— A vertical align will be useful to, but the horizontal align is important.

On my included image, in the header position, I was searching how to have the social icon on the right ?
You can also see my “test Pat” module where i did have to go in the custom module to put/align on the right.

I know I can css that, but having that simple possibility in the layout will be so much more easy for newbie and pro alike.








Juste a note: The typo in the forum Message window is so small, I know I’m old but it’s painful to look at. This is a detail, but this is your support platform. It should be agreeable for the user.
This is what I see on my IMac 27:

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First question on Astroid and the Layout Manager 6 months 2 weeks ago #22145

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I want to thank you also for the great pro Sticky Header.
You are the only framework that take the time to give this great possibility, but in a professional way.

I always trash the ugly sticky header from others templates providers I always redo one by my own with the great free script“Headroom.js” on the web.
A sticky header should never be apparent (maybe in some special case) when the use go down the page as it take space from the content and distract the viewer from that content. Also it should never comme and go instantly in a abrupt fashion, you should always have a smooth transition between the sticky coming in view and hiding.

Your Sticky is absolutely pro as the designer of the site can choose all these options — Again bravo!

I use a sticky in 90% of my web sites and sometimes struggle to make it work correctly. No more with Astroid - The quality is in the details
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First question on Astroid and the Layout Manager 6 months 2 weeks ago #22222

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1 day 21 hour and still no answer on one simple question?


• My first question is, how do you align (Left, center, right) elements in a position ? — I see no setting ?
— A vertical align will be useful to, but the horizontal align is important.

And no feedback for the size of the typo in your forum???
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First question on Astroid and the Layout Manager 6 months 1 week ago #22226

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Hi,

I am sorry, I probably missed the reply here.

You use boostrap classes for alignment and other needs.
See here: getbootstrap.com/docs/4.0/utilities/float/
getbootstrap.com/docs/4.4/utilities/vertical-align/
getbootstrap.com/docs/4.0/utilities/text/

Good Thing about this, this is not limited to elements but columns, rows and sections as well and can also be used in module manager suffixes.

Hopes this helps!
Thanks,
Chetan
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First question on Astroid and the Layout Manager 6 months 1 week ago #22227

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I don't necessarily control the css for the forum but I have a request to our lead developer. I'll let you know when I hear back :)
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First question on Astroid and the Layout Manager 6 months 1 week ago #22230

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Yes, the bootstrap class, no problems, thats great!

When you just looking at the forum posts (not in the editor)
Your font css are:
font-size: .9em; (That is 14.4px)
line-height: 1.7;


I will go with:
font-size: .95em; or 1em
line-height: 1.5;


Not a big difference but way more readable...


Also when in the editor mode, it’s really small
font-size: 12px;

Me I like my editor to look exactly the same that when you look at the post
font-size: .95em; or 1em
line-height: 1.5;
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First question on Astroid and the Layout Manager 6 months 1 week ago #22237

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Just think about that in the night.

• For me it’s no problem to play with Bootstrap, but if you want to make your template more accessible to newbie and non-tech people having that important simple possibility in each position will be a great addition to your template manager.

This is a basic function to control the layout that should be incorporated in the design tab in each position

Unrelated:
Also I realize that in America we are starting the day when you ending yours, thats a full day time laps in your response. That something to think about.
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First question on Astroid and the Layout Manager 6 months 1 week ago #22248

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Chacapamac wrote:
Just think about that in the night.

• For me it’s no problem to play with Bootstrap, but if you want to make your template more accessible to newbie and non-tech people having that important simple possibility in each position will be a great addition to your template manager.

This is a basic function to control the layout that should be incorporated in the design tab in each position

Unrelated:
Also I realize that in America we are starting the day when you ending yours, thats a full day time laps in your response. That something to think about.

I get it, we'll see what can be done here.

I am around most of the time, just a little busy with things however :).
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First question on Astroid and the Layout Manager 6 months 1 week ago #22247

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Chacapamac wrote:
Yes, the bootstrap class, no problems, thats great!

When you just looking at the forum posts (not in the editor)
Your font css are:
font-size: .9em; (That is 14.4px)
line-height: 1.7;


I will go with:
font-size: .95em; or 1em
line-height: 1.5;


Not a big difference but way more readable...


Also when in the editor mode, it’s really small
font-size: 12px;

Me I like my editor to look exactly the same that when you look at the post
font-size: .95em; or 1em
line-height: 1.5;

Sure, I have again forwarded the exact CSS and will wait for the change to happen.
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