You can create your own custom Section layouts using the Add a Blank Row option available under the blue + sign at the bottom of a Flow page.
You start by adding the first Row you want to start with, then continue adding more Rows.
This lesson outlines how to do this.
You can create your own custom Section layouts in Flow.
You start by adding the first Row you want then continue adding more Rows.
This lesson outlines how to do add the first row, an H1 header.
When designing content, you may change your mind. What happens when you have a two column layout but you want a three our four column design instead?
Speed up development time by using Baseline Projects as your own template library for Sections or Layers
I've built a page, including interactions, tested it in Preview, and then realized I wanted to break a section or row into 2 separate sections or rows for design reasons. This happens from time to time, and I usually re-build that portion of the page or ceate a new row, copy and paste to move the content there, then delete it from the former row. That can become a huge time suck, and the interactins can get a little dicey as well. I'm wondering if there's a better or easier way t...
You can have Elements on any Page targeting multiple learning audiences or contexts
Speed up development time by using Baseline Projects as your own template library
Scenario question pages allow you to use Scenarios as either scored Test Questions or as non-scored Practice questions
Flow pages have no fixed height. You can add as much content as you need or want.
This means you can use scrolling as a design experience.
You see this in many modern websites, or even in social media apps where scrolling is the basic way of navigating content.
This lesson shows how to add a Blank section layout to a Page.