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Create 4 editable regions right next to eachother? - 

Thread began 9/08/2011 8:50 am by elevy388997 | Last modified 9/08/2011 12:13 pm by elevy388997 | 697 views | 1 replies

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Create 4 editable regions right next to eachother? - 


I have a design where there is a large rectangle made up of 4 colored rectangles. In each color, it is a separate section and I don't know how to create this in the CSS sculptor so the client can log into the editor and edit each section as needed.

It is like this (see attached as well):  . Basically a 4 column table but using CSS as tables I know are more for tabular data. It would be nice if in the CSS Sculptor you could click on a div heading and in the add "+" menu, just click on add 4 columns, or whatever other design element you might want with a layout.

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