Vertical section responsive stack order
When using vertical sections, the current responsive behaviour is for the vertical section to stack after all content in the main content section.
In our page designs we have often have personalised content which we would love to show at the top of the screen.
It would be great if we could have the option on a vertical section to select whether it should stack first on top of the main content section or not. A stack order option in the section settings would work.
Yes! Having the vertical section content at the bottom goes against all standards for stacking elements in responsive frameworks. We mainly use the sidebar for tables of content, quick links, related content, etc., and it just doesn't make sense to have it at the bottom. Please fix this (or at least give us a choice to define the section's behaviour).
Yes! This being at the bottom drastically reduces the findability of personalized links for our users.
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Yes, the use of a right had vertical column is typically used for links and information relevant to that page, but not the main content.
It really should have an option to make it float to the top if required :)
Fixing white space on the page will help this, but we still need to control wrapping of this section so it's not at the bottom of the page. We use this section as a standard place for quick links, but they aren't so quick to get to when at the bottom of the page.
I agree with this suggestion, but also think there should be an option for the vertical section to be positioned to the left of the rest of the page layout.
This would be really useful! I find useful personalised content is being put in this vertical section and it then disappears to the bottom when resized. The choice for either top or bottom for display purposes would be beneficial.