Immediately above this row is Row #1 which is called Separator. It is simply a hairline rule. This is the block called Large Title. It is row #2. This is a test page illustrating the 26 variations of insertable layout elements.

This is the standard One Column Text Editor block. Row #3

It’s not as wide as the row below it. This web page illustrates the 26 variations of insertable rows found on the landing page template. They are in the order of the popup window except the Separator, found first on the list, but it’s in the 19th position here so you can see it. It’s just an <hr/> anyways.

This is the block called One Column Text Editor Wide. Row #4

You can see it’s wider than the above One Column Tet Editor row directly above. Do note this row is constrained to a col-lg-10 so it will not be full page width. For comparison right below this is a One Column Text Editor 12 Columns row which is col-lg-12, and note the difference on the right margin.

This is the One Column Text Editor 12 Cols row. Row #5

This is a true Col-md-12 section and note how it’s wider than the two sections above. This can also be used with rows and columns so you can customize a two or three column format with this section, but it has to be hand-coded. This is a rather versatile row if you feel so inclined to use it.

This is the two column text editor block. Row #6. This is the Content Left block. The height of this row is contingent on how much copy is placed in the row. I’ve added copy as a demonstration.

Capitalize on low hanging fruit to identify a ballpark value added activity to beta test. Override the digital divide with additional clickthroughs from DevOps. Nanotechnology immersion along the information highway will close the loop on focusing solely on the bottom line.

This is the two column text editor block. This is the Content Right block. I can add images into this block wherever I want them. The below image is 589×316. I have also added a hairline rule below this row, that element is called a Separator.


This is Two column equal text editors row, row #7. It is a new row. This row has two equal-width columns. Two column text editors is similar.

Building a Framework for Data Quality Management

This row has two completely even width columns. The other two column text editors row does not have perfectly equal width columns. That’s why this row is available.

“This is called the large pull quote row. It is Row #8. Immediately below this is Parallax Image which is Row #9”

author name
author role

This is the Text and Image Card. It is Row #10.

The image is a background image centered so be careful because only the center of the image will be shown, and the image height is 190px.

Right below is Gateway Card which is row #11. This can’t be edited, it’s dynamically created from Gateway descriptions or excerpt copy.

Find more Precisely products.

Explore our portfolio.

This is called CTA Tiles. Row #12

Top Title

CTA label

two rows max and images required

Second title

CTA label #2

This is row #17, it's the standard form. It defaults to ContactUsForm. Hidden fields are required and are shown here below.

This site is protected by reCAPTCHA and the Google Privacy Policy and Terms of Service apply.

This is called small CTA action box. It is row #18

accordion content here how about that!

Precisely Data Integrity Summit

This is the Image Left Text Right block. This is Row #20. This is background image that is positioned left/top with a fixed height of 300px. The width on a 1920px monitor is 570px.

Row #21 is Video left text right. This row was removed as it is causing a CSS problem which doesn’t let the page render correctly. So at this time do not use this row.

This is row #22, the Data Integrity Form.

This site is protected by reCAPTCHA and the Google Privacy Policy and Terms of Service apply.

This is called Image Cards. It is Row #23. To be used for campaign hub pages and microsites.

How Precisely and Splunk can help you better manage your IBM Z and IBM i environments

Second row asset

I can add as many as I want

This is called Image Cards Title. It is row 24

This row should be used when you have titles and subtitles over asset rows as used on campaign hub pages like Data Integrity and Cloud Transformation.

Nate Pope, Regional Sales Manager at Precisely

This is Nate Pope

We're not using any CTA

This is still row #24

You can add multiple rows each with a title and description. The beauty here is the section spacing has been adjusted so it looks good and is tighter.

Matrix style photo

This image is rectangular

TGIF

This is row 25. It's called image cards four wide.

This is row #26, IG blocks. To be used primarily for Infographics, but repurposeable if needed

This is row #26, IG blocks. To be used primarily for Infographics, but repurposeable if needed

This is full width

Slider functionality is off

by Mark Koszyk

This is normal content which has two images

This is the second image used on this row

This is normal content which has two images

This is a slider

1000x667

not a gif

This is the second image

use darker images please

small text

GIF slider

64px x 64px GIF

default background color

This is the second image used on this row

This is a 600x600 image

The image is centered vertically

Sample page by Mark