[Your Block]'s elements aren't wrapped by a container.

Adding a Container to wrap the block's elements allows you to set max-widths or padding on that particular container; this makes it safe from hiding or deleting the block.

Solution:

There are two ways you can wrap your elements into a container within a given block.

Option 1:

Hover over the first element in the block, thenclick the icon to the right. This will wrap that individual element in a container. Once completed, you can drag the other elements into that container.

The Container will come with 1 EM padding on the top, bottom, left and right. The padding dictates the height of the block as well as the elements inside the container.

*Make sure to reorder your elements as they were before you try to save!

 

 

Option 2:

In your block, you’ll see a blue + button; this allows you to add elements in a given block. To add a container element, simply go into the Containers category and select Container.

Once added to the page, you can drag your elements into that container.

The Container will come with 1 EM padding on the top, bottom, left and right. The padding dictates the height of the block as well as the elements inside the container.

*Make sure to reorder your elements as they were before you tried to save!

 

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