Alignment and Grouping

Alignment and Grouping

If you have multiple elements on a page that you would like to align or group them together, you can use our alignment and grouping features.

 

Alignment

To align elements on a page, select multiple elements on your page by holding down the shift key. Once you are done selecting your elements, you will notice a new toolbar will appear towards the top of your workspace. These tools will allow you to align elements to the top, vertically center, to the bottom, to the left, horizontally center, and to the right. 

Aligning to the top will look like this:


 

Aligning vertically centered will look like this:



 Aligning to the bottom will look like this:


 

Aligning to the left will look like this:


 

Aligning horizontally centered will look like this:


 

Aligning to the right will look like this:


 

Grouping

To group elements together, select multiple elements on your page by holding down the shift key. Once you are done selecting your elements, you will notice a new toolbar will appear toward the top of your workspace. Click the "Group" icon that looks like this  . Now these elements will always be linked together. You can move them as a group, copy/paste as a group, and delete them as a group. To ungroup the elements, simply click the "Ungroup" icon that looks like this .


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