Positioning and size
Layout area - Structure / Select Application menu, for example
Properties dialog / Continue to Positioning and size
With this setting, a line break is entered after this element in the HTML.
With this setting, elements
have no influence on following or neighboring elements. Absolutely
positioned elements can overlap with other elements. The
positioning orients itself to the next superordinate element that isn't
||The Main container can be found in
all layouts. This cannot be deleted.
Its properties can, as with all other design elements, be changed in
the Element settings. In an new, empty layout,
the main container is abolute positioning.
This means that each additional element that you create
with absolute positioning will orient its positioning
to the main container.
Absolute positioning should be activated if an element should be
independent of its surrounding elements.
The element is positioned relatively in relation to its normal position.
The element is positioned relatively in relation to the viewport.
Auto width, Auto height, Auto width and height
The position of an element is determeind by the order in the document.
With automatic size settings, the element follows
the type of positioning. For absolute positioning, the height,
width, or height and width will be automatically adjusted to the space
available between its absolutely positioned neighbors.
The adjustment can be controlled via
the values right, left, top and bottom. For
static positioning, an automatic width ensures that the element takes
up the width of its surrounding container. An automatic height complies with
the content of the element in this case.
Fixed width and height
With this setting, the element's dimensions on the workspace will
Width / Height
Enter the desired width and height here for the Fixed width and height setting.