Column

You can find the Col in the Slide Editor, after you added a Row.

Content

General

Inner Align

The default aliment of the content inside the Content layer.

  • Inherit: Inherits the align from the parent. By default this means left alignment.
  • Left: Aligns the layers to the left.
  • Center: Aligns the layers to the center.
  • Right: Aligns the layers to the right.
Vertical align

The default vertical align of the content inside the Content layer.

  • Top: Aligns the layers inside to the top.
  • Middle: Aligns the layers inside to the middle.
  • Bottom: Aligns the layers inside to the bottom.
  • Space between: Aligns the first layer to the top and the last to the bottom, and leaves equal amount of space between them..
  • Space around: Divides the space between the layers equally.

Here's a video that illustrates the difference:

Link

Link

You can use this option to put a link on the row. Learn more about the link tool.

Style

Background image

The background image of the row.

Background

Background color

Here you can set a background color for the Col. You use the color to create an overlay for the Background image. The background color can be adjusted for Normal and Hover state.

  • Background color: The background color of the col.
  • Gradient: You can create a gradient color with this option.
  • Color end: The finishing color for the gradient.
Box shadow

You can put a box shadow around the Col.

Border

Border

You can put border around the Col.

  • Border: The width of the border.
  • Style: The style of the border. Available options: Solid, Dashed, Dotted
  • Color: The color of the border.
Border radius

You can round the Col's edges.

Size

Max Width

The maximum width of the layer.

Padding

The the padding inside the layer.

Responsive

Learn about the responsive options at the Layer Style documentation.

Effect

Learn more about the effect options at the Layer Style documentation.

Advanced

Learn more about the advanced options at the Layer Style documentation.

Animations

Learn about the animations at the Animation documentation.

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