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I think this is more a question about the gutenberg editor.
Create a 3 column block and then insert the icon and/or text block inside each of the 3 columns.
You could probably override this by using custom CSS, but are you sure that’s what you want?
If the image is a photo it will not look right if the aspect ratio is changed.
If the aspect ratio of the header is maintained, it will be very short vertically, on small screens.
Better might be to create a head for each screen width range (phone, tablet, laptop/desktop) and use media queries in custom css to use the appropriate header but that’s a lot of work.
Never mind – I created a page with latest posts block on it and got exactly what I was looking for.
It didn’t solve the issue. I really appreciate your looking into this.
That solved the url puzzle, but it didn’t solve the original issue – the full blog page (with all posts) is still not centered.
It is a temporary url while I work on the site:
I’m also not sure why it is pointing to /about/blog/ – all the other pages are “top level” urls:
Thank for your support!
When it first loads – the blog page has the post text to the left and a blank box to the right that says image.
If I click either item – the layout changes and I get what I’m looking for.
I decided to try firefox’s development tools to see if I could decipher what’s going on.
When I click either item, the ‘debugger’ jumps to the body line in the html and shows the ‘alert’ “event overflow”
but the layout changes as described above.
I figured out why the link to the blog page was under about – in an attempt to solve the problem, I set the blog page to have about as its parent page = it had no effect on the layout and I never went back and cleared it.
I have done so now – ignore the previous post. the link to the blog page is now:
BTW – I’m using BusinessFocus