I’m attempting to follow the example here:
At Tip #2 an example is given of creating a complex layout with columns within columns:
For example, here’s a layout for three main columns (two on top, one below) in which the first column (on the left) includes a layer with four child columns and the second column (on the right) includes a layer with two child columns.
See the link for the image.
To recreate this layout can I simply:
- Start with a row containing one column.
- Drag in a second column to create two columns in the top layer
- Drag in 4 columns into the second layer
- Then adjust the width of the first four columns in the second layer so that they add up to 50% percent?
The description sounds to me like the aim is to create two columns side by side, then to add a layer of 4 columns within the left hand column. However, this doesn’t work. I think this is because this would be a child column within a child column.
Am learning, so any help appreciated. Thanks!