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Re: Different columns count for different breakpoints in responsive grid.
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I'd liked to forbid authors to break up the design. Anyway, thank you for your reply.

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Thank you for your response. Actually, I need to define different columns for mobile (4) and tablet (12) breakpoints for the same responsive grid component.

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Hi Community.Is it possible to configure Responsive grid (wcm/foundation/components/responsivegrid) component to have different columns number in different beakpoints?. E.g. I'd liked to have 12 columns in desktop, 6 for tablet and 4 for mobile. As I see back-end and front-end code is ready for that, but I didn't found how to configure it.Thanks in advance.BR, Ivan

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Thank you for your response.What about dynamic (editable) templates? How can we modify the list of allowed child templates for existing pages if they were created via Editable templates?Best regards,Ivan

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