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Suggestion – Choose bootstrap and percentage?

  • Hi there,

    I tested this plugin out a little bit and loved the feature of drag&dropping widgets into your theme + this plugin feels very light and not that bulky, I like that.
    Even creating your own widget works like a charm.

    There is just one thing I like to ask.
    I there any chance that you implement bootstrap, giving you the choice of organizing the column width via draging (percentage) or using the predefined bootstrap .row .spanX classes? (and maybe adding extra classes on each row/element)
    My thoughts behind this are that … people tend to be dump, and turning a well structured theme into a mess by not using the same percentages for each new row, resulting in:
    25|25|25|25
    33|66(|1 in that sense)
    35|65
    22|50|28
    etc.
    So I would like the idea of giving people limits.

    Cheers

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/siteorigin-panels/

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  • Plugin Author Greg Priday

    @gpriday

    Hi Michael

    Right now, Page Builder is so deeply ingrained with my own CSS grid engine that it would be very difficult to switch over to something like Bootstrap.

    I have been giving some thought to helping users create well balanced grids. I’d need to delve into grid theory a little more but I’d love to have a single button that users hit to automatically balance all their cells into a well organized grid.

    Simple snapping might be easier though.

    Best Regards,
    Greg

    Hi Greg,

    thanks for the answer.
    Some kind of option would be awesome. I still would like the idea of getting something “already existend” implemented instead of spending time to work myself into new css, which basically is already there, just named a little differently.

    Cheers!

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