What is a Row?
A row is all of the content inside a single structure block. A row can consist of between one and four columns. Content can be stacked inside columns, but multiple columns must be used to place content side-by-side.
Example 1: The default column layouts available in the builder
Basic Row Controls
To add a new row to your template, just drag in a new row from the "structure" tab in your menu.
To select an existing row mouse over the area, until you see a blue box will highlight the entire structure and a "structure" tag appears.
Click to select the row. When the row is selected, the trash can and duplicate buttons will appear; giving you the option to delete or copy your structure.
To copy a row, use the button that looks like two squares.
To move a row use the "+" button, and drag your row to its new position
To delete a row use the trash can button
When a row is selected, the right side of the editor will now show you a row properties menu, which provides additional control over the appearance and layout of your row.
Row Background can be set to any RGB color, or you can select a specific image using the "Row Background Image" control.
Content Background will set a background color for your content areas within the row. This can be set to any RGB color using the included selection tool.
Mobile Stacking can be turned on and off on a row-by-row basis. Read more about mobile stacking here.
Display Conditions can be used to control how content is displayed. Conditions are set based on merge tag values. Read more about display conditions here.
Below the Row Properties menu you will find the Column Properties menu. This menu is split with tabs for each column in your row.
Column Background can be used to set a background color for your content areas within the row. This can be set to any RGB color using the included selection tool.
Padding can be used to set the padding around each content block in your row. This can be set on all sides at once, or specifically for each side.
Border can be used to set a border around each content block in your row. This can be set on all sides at once, or specifically for each side.