ComboStrap UI - Masonry

About

masonry is a layout component. Its children are laid out like a mason fitting stones in a wall (placing elements based on available vertical space).

This layout is handy when you want to lay out a list of components that does not have an uniform height (Ie to mix small and big card for instance).

A masonry layout is generally used with cards or blockquotes.

Syntax

<masonry>
   <!-- Component -->
</masonry>

Example

<masonry>

    <card>
        {{:teaser_image_1.png|}}
        === Teaser Title  ===
        A example taken from [[https://getbootstrap.com/docs/4.3/components/card/#example|the bootstrap quick example]] on how to build a card title in order to make up the bulk of the teaser content. 
        
        <btn>[[:start|Go to this page !]]</btn>
    </card>


    <blockquote>
        Lorem ipsum [[:start|dolor]] sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Integer posuere erat a ante.
        <cite>Someone famous in [[:start|Source Title]]</cite>
    </blockquote>

</masonry>
_

Teaser Title

A example taken from the bootstrap quick example on how to build a card title in order to make up the bulk of the teaser content.

Go to this page !

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Integer posuere erat a ante.

Support

Bootstrap 5 support

If you use Bootstrap version 5, you may see that the output is slightly different than with Bootstrap version 4.

This is because Bootstrap version 5 does not support card-column anymore and we have implemented it manually.

Powered by ComboStrap