New feature alert: Place in Container ๐ŸŒˆโœจ

What It Does & How to?

You can add a responsive container to wrap any group of elements on your page.
Select two or more elements and click Place in Container on the menu (when Stack is not available) / from the right-click menu.
You can also press Shift + C on your keyboard.

Changed your mind about the container? You can always remove it without disrupting the pageโ€™s design โ€“ all elements will stay in place.
Right-click on your container and select Remove Container . You can also press Alt + Shift + C on your keyboard, or Option + Shift + C for Mac users.

Whatโ€™s the difference between this and the Stack option?
Both are transparent flex boxes added around your elements. Stacking is great for elements arranged in a vertical order , while this container works well for elements in any order .

It looks like this:

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super nice !

Wow very good๐Ÿ˜‰
And I hope to see and add more features to the PDF viewer

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Fantastic feature :grinning:

LOVE it thank you for this!

So clutch ty editorX team

Question
once place in a container do the object on the left or right still overlap each other

Whats the point of a container? A video would be nice or other media.

When you wrap some elements in a container you can better treat the responsiveness of the elements. For example, you have a Text and a Button, and when you resize the screen, they overlap each other, when you place in a container and apply a grid to that container, they will not overlap anymore. It is REALLY useful for responsive websites.

Here is an example.