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How to make a container module
  1. In the header, click in the search field. The search panel appears.

  2. From the Create list, select a content type (such as Article).

  3. Toward the right of the content edit form, select |mi-more_horiz|> Overrides.

  4. Expand Layout Overrides.

  5. From the Above, Aside, or Below list, select one of the following:

    • Add After—Inherits the block's modules from the parent level and adds a container under them.

    • Add Before—Inherits the block's modules from the parent level and adds a container above them.

    • Replace—Replaces the block's modules inherited from the parent level with a new container.

  6. Click |mi-add_circle_outline|, and select Container. A form appears.

  7. In the Title field, enter the container's title.

  8. In the Description field, enter the container's description.

  9. From the Rows list, select the number of columns to appear in this row of the container. A form appears.

  10. In each column's list, select a module to appear in this cell of the container.

  11. If you need to adjust the content alignment in this row, do the following:

    1. Expand the container styles accordion (such as Two Column Container Styles).

    2. From the Template list, select one of the available templates.

    3. Make selections for each cell's alignment.

  12. Repeat steps 9–11 to add additional rows to the container.

  13. If you need to adjust the contrast between the container and the page it's on, do the following:

    1. Expand Container Styles.

    2. Make selections for color and text that give good contrast with the page.

  14. Complete your site's workflow and publish the item.