Often times we want to make last-minute edits after building out a page, like adding a new image to the middle of the article, or wanting to make all the images larger.

We have a feature that makes this easier than ever. We call it Layout Handles.
If we select the top handle on the image and drag down, more space will be created between the image and the element above it. As we drag down, the elements below shift down too, maintaining their spacing. If we drag up using the top handle, we reduce the space between the image and the element above it.
This feature is also great for adding a new image to the middle of the article, or wanting to make all the images larger.
When we select the bottom half circle of the image and drag down, the image becomes larger. If we drag up, the image shrinks. When we drag up or down, notice how the text boxes below the image move too, maintaining the spacing we originally created between the elements.
We can drag up and down until we find the optimal size, and the elements below will adjust accordingly, no matter the size of the image. How cool is that?
To summarize, you can now maintain the spacing between elements when you change the size of an element or want to create space to add a new element. This feature is especially helpful for when you want to make last-minute edits to your layout after you have already built out most or all of the page.
Moving all elements down
How to move all elements when you change the size of an element or want to create space to add a new element.
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