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layout grid

Post by piotrh » Mon Apr 09, 2018 2:53 pm

Hi.
I created layout grid - 2 columns. Inside 1st column I placed image (full width:false). Inside 2nd column I placed text.
Now if I resize browser window at some point text is over image. Its how I like it to be.
Now I would like to have text in first column and image in second. But when image is in second grid column and I resize browser window, it shows on top of text. Question: Can objects in first column be "higher" than objects in second column.
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Re: layout grid

Post by Pablo » Mon Apr 09, 2018 3:07 pm

No, you cannot change the order of columns in breakpoints.

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Re: layout grid

Post by piotrh » Mon Apr 09, 2018 5:03 pm

Actually I was'nt talking about breakpoints. Lets assume breakpoint is set to zero. I was thinking about "layer" order of objects. Now if objects from 1st and 2nd column overlap, objects from second column are above them (z-index?). I would like to change that in my project and have objects from first column as a higher layer in stack. Sorry for my english.

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Re: layout grid

Post by Pablo » Mon Apr 09, 2018 5:29 pm

When using layout grids, there is no z-index.
Objects will always overlap previous objects.

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