space between the columns

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how to set space between the columns(if images in columns not text)?
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Hi Hen Mark

You can use a two-column widget to accomplish this. You'll find the two-column widget under "Content" on the right-hand side of your site builder. Drag the widget over. Place your image in one side of the column. Then, you can drag the middle green bar (line) to give more or less space.

Another option I suggest you take a look at is using at table grid. You can find this at this particular thread: http://getsatisfaction.com/yola/topic...

Please let us know if you need further assistance. =)
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thank you for reply,
what about 1-over-3 layout?(I have already contents in all columns)
all images too close to each other , and it not looks nice
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You are certainly welcome to try the 1 over 3 layout. May I see your website so that I can see what you're dealing with?
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Thanks hen mark

The 1 over 3 layout will most likely do what you need. For myself, I like to choose the 1 column layout, then drag the 2-column widget over. The reason being because this way I can control how much space I want between my middle column and the sides. You need to do what is comfortable for you. What you can do, is use "save page as" under your save button. Then give the page a new name. This will give you two pages exactly the same. On your new saved page, you can try fiddling around with the different layouts. This way, you will have your original page safe.
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thank you very much for advice
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I'm sorry, one more thing, you wrote "The reason being because this way I can control how much space I want between my middle column and the sides"
did you mean 1middle and 2sides?
but how can we get 2sides?
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For example: Use a 1 column layout. Then, drag a 2-column widget over. Now you have 2 columns. Now, drag another 2 column widget over and place inside one of the columns. Now you have 3 columns! You can move the middle bar around to accommodate your size.

If you'd like to see the results, you can look at my site: http://dejavuapparel.yolasite.com
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You right!! So easy!!
Thank you VERY much!
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You're very welcome! I'm glad it's working out for you! =)