More rows and columns

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  • #7643 Reply


    I want to able to add more rows and columns I want to be able expand it!

  • #7645 Reply

    Hi CarlinEJones,

    Thanks for contacting us! You can add rows and columns by using the Rows and Columns sliders down the bottom left when creating a collage.

    You can also change the shape of the collage using the Proportions slider.

    Starting in the next fortnight or so we will be launching new functionality which allows you to insert cells, rows and columns with even more flexibility, as well as resizing the entire collage, so stay tuned for these updates.

    Let us know if you have any other questions.

  • #7646 Reply


    I mean is I wanna add ten rows and ten columns so I can post the photos I want to post! if it is possible
    thank you

  • #7648 Reply

    This ability will come with the new collage functionality that’s about to be released. You will be able to add an unlimited number of rows and columns.

  • #7732 Reply

    Cherie Graves

    If I want each row to have a different number of pictures but NOT have them resize can I lock in the picture size and move them at all? For example, I have pictures of kids holding letters so I built the grid with the longest line, but the other lines have less letters (pictures) in them. If I delete one of the blank pictures though it resizes the pics in that row to fill the space but I don’t want it to… is this possible? Am I making sense? Then i’d like to be able to nudge the pictures over to center the remaining ones.. Possible?

  • #7734 Reply

    Hi Cherie,

    Thanks for contacting us! If I’m understanding you correctly then yes, this is possible. With Ribbet’s new collage functionality you can move the borders of cells to position them exactly how you want them. To do this simply hover over the border between 2 cells and then drag the border to reposition it.

    You could also leave a blank cell if that helps achieve what you want.

    If I’m misunderstanding you and this isn’t helpful then please let us know and we’ll try to help as far as possible. Thanks!

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