Strip Container
Everything you need to know about customising the strip container.
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Written by Kevin McGrath
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A Strip Container is useful for grouping several content cards together. A strip will extend to the very edge of a page. Any left or right margins set on that page will be applied inside the strip.

When you first add a Strip Container onto a page it will be empty:

You can then drag Content Cards into the Strip Container:

Strip Container Menu

The blue Strip Container menu appears when you click on a Strip within the page. These are the available options in the Strip Container menu:

Background Color
Give the strip a background color to help it stand out on the page.

Background Image
You can use a background image instead of a color if you prefer.

Space Before
If you want to increase or decrease the empty space above a strip, use this slider.

Space After
If you want to increase or decrease the empty space below a strip, use this slider.

If you want to increase or decrease the amount of space between the top and bottom of a strip and the contents within it you can use the padding controls.

Large padding:

No padding:

To add borders around your Strip, select an option from the Border Style list and set the Border Width on each side to at least 1.

Border Color
You can change the color of the border with this option.

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