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Hello,
Is it possible to use Reyla lay out with "column width 400" in some pages and in other pages "column width 200".
I can't find the way...
Thanks for your help.
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Uchiha Itachi Accepted Answer Pending Moderation
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Hi,

If you use the component, you can go to Admin panel > Menus > menu item > open your portfolio menu > tab "basic options" > Column width ( adjust the column width here)
If you use a portfolio module, you can open that module > tab Portfolio options > adjust "Portfolio width"

I hope it will work.
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Prat Accepted Answer Pending Moderation
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Thank you very very much !
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Raveesh Accepted Answer Pending Moderation
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Thank you very very much !
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