When you enable the ‘Equalise Heights’ option, the Advanced Grid Builder will automatically adjust the height of the chosen elements in your grid. This adjustment is based on the tallest cell, ensuring all cells have the same height. This resizing happens after the webpage loads and whenever a new page of cells is loaded, as set in the ‘Load More Options‘.
Without equalised heights:
Here’s an example of what your grid might look like without equalised heights. Notice how the height of the cells varies.
With equalised heights:
And here’s an example with equalised heights enabled. Notice how all the cells are now the same size, creating a more uniform look.
Content Aspect Ratio
In the ‘Content Aspect Ratio’ field, you can specify an aspect ratio for the content area of each cell. The content area is the part of the cell that contains the fields inside the <> pattern. By entering an aspect ratio (in the format of width:height, or ‘w:h’), you can control the shape of the content area in each cell.
The term ‘aspect ratio’ refers to the proportional relationship between an image’s width and height. For example, an aspect ratio of 1:1 would create a square, while an aspect ratio of 16:9 would create a rectangle that is wider than it is tall.