jQuery Wizard into a Layout Grid

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BazzaBoy
 
 
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jQuery Wizard into a Layout Grid

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While in the late versions of Wysiwyg Web Builder most of the jQuery tools do fit inside a layout grid or a flexbox, the jQuery Wizard will still not fit into them. Is there a way to make the jQuery Wizard fit into a layout grid or a flexbox?

I am trying to display a number of notices on a web page and the jQuery Wizard seems to be the right tool for the purpose. The Carousel might be an alternative, but I would prefer the Wizard.

Thanks.
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Re: jQuery Wizard into a Layout Grid

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Try setting it to layout mode = bootstrap and uncheck the modal box in the options. Also may need to set the position children to floating.

Pablo might be able to weigh more in on the settings as there is nothing in the help file about it. Not 100% sure it was meant to be used in a grid.
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Re: jQuery Wizard into a Layout Grid

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The jQuery Wizard was designed as modal component to be displayed on top of all other elements, so it should not be used inside a layout grid.
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Re: jQuery Wizard into a Layout Grid

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Thank you both.i will try using something else.
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