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  • #120071
    Julie Onofrio

    Could you explain the components of the sections:

    What are box type and inner box type? What is the difference between Fluid and Contained?

    What size image should be used?

    I have parallax selected, but it doesn’t seem to move on scrolling.

    How did you get the text in the body to line up in columns in your video demo on sections?
    (like this- http://generatepress.com/knowledgebase/generate-sections/)

    here is what I have so far after playing for a few hours this am.
    http://julieonofrio.com/massagepracticebuilder/

    Thanks very much.

    Julie
    Sorry not a developer – just a big user!

    #121019
    Julie

    Any help on this? I did find the column plugin but that doesn’t let me format the text. Thanks

    #194212
    Max

    Hi Tom!
    I think you missed Julie’s question.
    I too would like to know the answers to her query on using Sections. 😉

    Many thanks!!

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    #194553
    Tom
    Lead Developer
    Lead Developer

    Wow, I wonder why I was never notified of this topic – my apologies!

    The box type is the outer container of the content.

    The inner box type is the inner container of the content.

    So you can have the box type (outer container) set to fluid (full width) and the inner box type (inside container) set to contained (the width you have set in “Customize > Layout”).

    The image size really depends and requires some playing around to get working correctly – it should however be larger than the area it is supposed to show up in as it has to move with the parallax option.

    Let me know if you need more information – sorry again for not catching this the first time around!

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