Title and Content Height Equalisation
Advanced Grid Builder provides a feature to equalise the heights of titles and content within your grid cells. This can significantly influence the overall height of the cells in which they are contained. There are three options available for both title and content height equalisation:
- Same Row: With this option, the heights are equalised only with those on the same row. This means that all titles or contents in a row will have the same height, but those in different rows can have different heights.
- All Cells: When this option is selected, every title or content in the entire grid will have the same height. The height is determined by the tallest one in the grid.
- Off: With this option, no height equalisation occurs. The height of each title or content is determined solely by its content.
Without equalised heights, your grid might look uneven due to the varying lengths of titles and contents. Here’s an example of what your grid might look like without equalised title heights:
However, with equalised title heights enabled, all the cells will have a more uniform look, as all titles in each row will be the same size. And here’s an example with equalised heights enabled:
Please note that in addition to title and content height equalisation, there is also a setting for cell height equalisation that can be enabled to further enhance the uniformity of your grid..
Content Aspect Ratio
In the ‘Content Aspect Ratio’ field, you can specify an aspect ratio for the content area of each cell. The content area is the part of the cell that contains the fields inside the <> pattern. By entering an aspect ratio (in the format of width:height, or ‘w:h’), you can control the shape of the content area in each cell.
The term ‘aspect ratio’ refers to the proportional relationship between an image’s width and height. For example, an aspect ratio of 1:1 would create a square, while an aspect ratio of 16:9 would create a rectangle that is wider than it is tall.
Please note that when combinations of these settings are enabled, they are executed in the following order: aspect ratio first, then title row equalisation, then content row equalisation, then cell row equalisation, and finally whole grid equalisation. Some combinations can have unpredictable results, so some experimentation may be needed to achieve the desired effect.