The benefit of using the Container widget during your Configurator settings is that you will be able to streamline the process of building Configurator rules: instead of creating a list of actions for each
widget, you can instead just use one basic rule for the Container widget - as all widgets contained inside the Container widget will follow this singular rule.
● One rule fits all
Instead of creating a separated rule for each widget: T1 to T8 (8 rules) - create one for the
Container instead (F1) and add the T1 to T8 widgets to the Configurator. The rule that's applied to the Container will then automatically apply to all of these widgets.
● Build dynamic slides
Let’s imagine you have 8 checkboxes and 8 text widgets - each checkbox has a related text
widget - so if for example checkbox B1 is unchecked then text widget T1 should be hidden.
This would mean that all buttons and all their related text widgets would need to be updated (If B2 is unchecked then T2 should be hidden). This is a long process, and difficult to edit when needing to navigate all the hidden elements, even though their general rule is the same.
If you had all of these widgets inside the Container, then you only need to apply these rules to the single container widget, instead of going through the list of all checkboxes and all text widgets to ensure the rules are the same.
The rule that you would need to apply to the Container would then be:
IF B1=unchecked then T1=hidden ….8. IF B8=unchecked then T8=hidden
Please note: there are some functions that are temporarily unavailable in the current version of the Container. We will be updating this in due time.
1. Cropping images that have been places inside a Container (Please crop the image beforehand.)
2. Pop-ups: The "Hotspot" widget does not include the "Add Content" or "Add Image" feature.
3. Changing the width of a widget with the widget’s control button with the Container directions: Row-reverse / Column-reverse. (Please instead use the manual widget size menu.)