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    Denise Bory

    I am attempting to create a blog-like page, but flowing existing postings into it, using the Crio template. The text/images I flowed in using the one existing text box are fine on the phone screen, but the new text boxes I’ve added in (first and third of three) make the text appear in a very thin column, not at all flattering. Can you give me guidance on making all of the text boxes look like the second one on this page:
    I am so thankful for any help you can offer. Creating this has been quite a laborious process!

    Joseph W

    Hi Denise, our team is happy to answer any questions you have about working with our Post and Page Builder to design your content!

    I looked at the three text boxes on the page you linked and it appears that the first and third ones have a slightly different configuration for managing the content spacing than the second one.

    The text content in the second box is flanked by two empty column elements on either side, which are responsible for the left and right indentations there. The first and third ones however do not have these additional columns to manage the spacing and instead have large padding assignments on the text column to create a similar appearance on desktop displays as the second one.

    You should be able to create the same design for all of your boxes by first removing the padding assignments on the text columns in the first and third ones. Once the additional padding is removed use the Row controls that surround your text columns to add empty columns and move them to either side of the text block.

    Hopefully that helps you create a better looking design for mobile displays Denise and please let us know if you have any other questions for us!

    Denise Bory

    Thanks so much Joseph! That solution worked, I have learned something new today 🙂 I greatly appreciate the assistance!

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