If you want multiple content blocks to appear side by side, instead of in one column, you can add additional columns to the page. (If you want to replace content already on the page with different content, go to
the Add the Content section.)
In Page Layouts, the word column does not mean a vertical column like on a newspaper page. Instead, it means a chunk of the page that will be handled as a unit.
You can just have one column on a page, or put columns on top of each
other or beside each other. They can be shifted around the page by
renumbering their order. Each column can contain one or more pieces of
content, and you can move content from one column to another—it’s very
flexible. Here’s more info about columns.
To add a column, look for the large white plus sign at the top right of the last column on the page. (Note: a column will not appear until the mouse is moved over it.)
Click the plus sign once. The page will reload, and a new column will appear at the bottom of the page.
If you want two equal-size columns side by side, change each column width to 6.
Learn more about the responsive design of the IUP website.