Managing the content with Gridable

Grid­able — The Miss­ing Grid Edi­tor is a wit­ty solu­tion if you who want to cre­ate flex­i­ble and reli­able grids. Being smooth­ly inte­grat­ed into the WordPress’s Edi­tor inter­face, our plu­g­in becomes a suit­able choice for every­one. It sim­pli­fies the entire process of build­ing an exten­sive range of grids that fit per­fect­ly into var­i­ous envi­ron­ments.

How it works?

Grid­able allows you to cre­ate an adapt­able and ful­ly respon­sive grid in no time. You can start by sim­ply exper­i­ment­ing how it works in order to dis­cov­er its huge poten­tial. Here’s how you can start explor­ing this plu­g­in:

  • Log in into Word­Press dash­board
  • Go to Pages and click on Add new
  • Click on Add row but­ton (Next to Add media)
  • You have two columns where you can insert: text, pho­tos or videos

Now you can cre­ate up to 12 columns and man­age the eas­i­ly by sim­ply mov­ing the icon that sep­a­rates them. Click on it and drag to the left or to the right in order to adjust the con­tent, and make it fit to you par­tic­u­lar needs. This video is a show­case of how eas­i­ly is to use Grid­able in mul­ti­ple ways.

How I can adapt it to my branding?

One of the strongest perks of using Grid­able is that you can align it to your brand’s voice. After cre­at­ing a grid of how­ev­er columns you find it nec­es­sar­i­ly, here’s what you need to do next to make it even more about your unique per­son­al­i­ty.

You have two main areas of cus­tomiza­tion. On one hand, you can Edit the Col­umn, and on the oth­er hand, you can Edit the Row.

Each have par­tic­u­lar options. For Col­umn you can set the Spac­ing and the Back­ground Col­or, and for the Row you can set much more such as: Row Spac­ing Top, Row Spac­ing Bot­tom, Row Gut­ter, Row Back­ground Col­or, and Stretched or not Stretched.

This article applies to Julia, Noah, Osteria, and Rosa as they share the same underlying structure.

Updated on July 13, 2017

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