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I have a series of Advanced Column blocks with 2 columns. One of the columns is an image and one text. I'm wanting to center both vertically (though still have the text in the text block left-aligned).
I can easily center them horizontally in Gutenberg, but vertically I don’t see any options, and from my research, it looks like this will require custom CSS, per this link:
On that link they mention 3 approaches.
1. CSS Align
2. CSS Transform
3. CSS Flexbox
I’m not familiar enough with CSS, Gutenberg or Atomic Blocks to know which of those I should use. Can anyone confirm the best way to approach this?
Re: the gray horizontal Advanced Columns on this page:
I've figured out how to center the block shape the image sets in, but am unable to center the image either vertically or horizontally now within that cell.
All the images in each instance go to the upper right.
Any input greatly appreciated.
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