Using a Container in a Page
Note: The information on this article applies only to Web Pages' visualizations.
A Visualization always requires a Container element to wrap any element or Widget (either one or many) but you cannot wrap a Container within another Container.
On a Container Element, you can define up to 4 Columns and also set different widths for each of these Columns. This gives you the possibility to achieve a wide variety of layouts. These Columns behave differently according to the screen size (such as mobile screens).
This is how our grid system adapts, according to screen's size:
|Large screens (≥1200px)
||Medium screens (≥992px)
||Small screens (≥768px)
||Extra small screens (<768px)
|Column behavior||Horizontal|| Vertical (stacked)
|Container width||1170px||970px||750px|| Auto (100%)
|Gutter width||30px (15px on each side of a column)|
Here you can see an example of the grid system in action and how the columns stack on smaller screens:
Please see the following figure to learn how to add a container, set up the number of columns and customize the width of each column in a Visualization: