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I have looked through the guide and can't find the answer to this question and need some assistance. 

When making a new page and choosing the three column template I get the following blank page: 

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I want to use the three columns in the middle and will ignore using the blank field above and below the three columns. I want to duplicate the middle row so that I have another three columns just below it and if later I need a third row add another row. How do I add another three column row to the existing one?  Obviously it can be done but I have been at a loss how to do this. Thanks. 

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40 minutes ago, bradybarrows said:

I want to use the three columns in the middle and will ignore using the blank field above and below the three columns. I want to duplicate the middle row so that I have another three columns just below it and if later I need a third row add another row. How do I add another three column row to the existing one?  Obviously it can be done but I have been at a loss how to do this. Thanks. 

You need nothing more than your imagination and ingenuity.

You can place your blocks in all the fields you have received. If you do not place blocks in the top / bottom horizontal, they will not appear on your completed page.
In each of your three columns, using a block manager, you can add as many blocks as you want.
What you see now is just a framework in which, if you want, it can be filled with custom or system blocks.

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On 5/13/2021 at 2:03 PM, Adlago said:

You need nothing more than your imagination and ingenuity.

You can place your blocks in all the fields you have received. If you do not place blocks in the top / bottom horizontal, they will not appear on your completed page.
In each of your three columns, using a block manager, you can add as many blocks as you want.
What you see now is just a framework in which, if you want, it can be filled with custom or system blocks.

Now I get it. I just keep placing blocks under blocks in the framework. Duh....  Thanks. 

Look how nice it looks now: 

https://irosacea.org/howto/

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