Rows, Columns, Margem and Padding in WordPress


In this tutorial you will see how to use rows, columns, margem and padding running the Visual Composer WordPress plugin and our Visualmodo themes in an easy way to add the page layout you want and organize it to better show your site content.

To start you need to login on your WordPress panel and open the page editor to have access to your Page Builder, WP > dashboard > Pages > add new or select some page > click on ‘front-end editor or back-end editor and select the ‘row’ element as is shown on the videos below.

NOTE: In order to set columns within row to be equal height you must navigate to row parameter window and check Equal height option to be active. All columns within this row will have equal height and align to the longest column.

In order to control vertical alignment of content within rows/columns navigate to row parameter window and select position of content – top, middle or bottom. By default value is set to “Default” meaning it will use Top or any other alternative if defined within your WP theme.

Column vertical alignment can be controlled for rows which has been set to full height. If row has full height parameter active you can use column position controls available in row parameter window.


Using rows, columns, margem and padding In WordPress running the Visual Composer Drag and drop WordPress page builder plugin and Visualmodo themes

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