Scroll Viewport is stripping the 'layouts' (eg 2-column or 3-column blocks within a page) that I've added in Confluence.
Is it possible to enable this?
Ah, OK. 👍🏻
Unfortunately, we don’t support Confluence’s page layout option in Scroll Viewport and this limitation is by design: To guarantee a perfect presentation of your content we currently suppress multi column layouts.
Content on columns is instead displayed beneath each other (as you see in your example). We think that readability might suffer as the article template is already divided into two columns, the article navigation and the article content (and even three columns if the Table of contents option is enabled).
So we recommend laying out content so it’s optimized for the width of the article content column.
That’s not to say that we won’t offer multi-column layouts in the future, but we think it might require a rethinking of the current article template altogether (maybe a different article layout option in the theme editor).
Yes this is still true now, but I’d love to better understand what you’d like to do.
You mentioned putting text next to an image, would you elaborate on what you’d like to do that versus putting it above or below the image?
Also, that blog issue looks serious. I’d bet it happens as per of a limited case, so it’d be helpful if you write our team at email@example.com and let us know the steps you followed to run into this issue. That will help us recreate the issue so we can come up with a solution.
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