The layout manager in Astroid is one of the core engines that drives Astroid and it’s can be cumbersome at times with so many options. We will use this tutorial to simplify it and go through all the available options. In the above image, you can see different colors and numbers representing settings for different areas in the Layout Manager.
Astroid is structured in the following way:
- Sections (You can have unlimited sections)
--Rows (Inside each section, you can have unlimited rows, rows stand vertically inside a section.)
---Columns (Inside each row, you can have a maximum of 12 columns, this is based on the standard bootstrap Grid system, Columns are horizontal containers.)
----Elements (Inside each column you can have unlimited elements, elements stand vertically inside the column.)
Animations, Custom Background options & Responsive settings are available for sections, columns and elements.
You can move elements within the columns.
You can move columns within the section.
You can move sections within the layout.
4 types of elements