We are having an issue with excessive white space inside repeating groups.
All groups are set to collapsible.
This is for a proposal builder.
-Group (design area)
-Repeating group (one row, full list)
-Parent Group (“Blocks”)
-Child Groups (7 child groups, stacked all inside the parent group^, inside 1 repeating group cell labeled above^)
-Content such as image, text, video elements inside each child group.
The repeating group cell has a field called “block template” We are hide/showing child groups (blocks) depending on the block template selected.
@chris.williamson1996 - I’ve just gone in to take a look but your app seems to be messed up a bit. The triple image is not showing under blocks. Can you take a look and see what’s wrong please. If you have your settings in edit mode please put them into view mode because if anyone opens the editor on a phone or tablet it can really mess things up - I know, I learnt that the hard way.
The first one doesn’t address your issue, but why do you need the RG at all? The data source is a single thing. May as well just pull the Blocks group out of the RG and delete the RG.
At first glance, your set up with the collapsible sub groups looks on point. It may have something to do with the reusable element block settings being within the main group Blocks. Since that is always visible, it may be preventing that group from collapsing.
I’m no expert on design but I believe the issue is due to aspect ratio. Can you knock the keep aspect ratio setting off temporarily on your two image block and see what happens. I’m not even sure that it is keeping your aspect ratio since the editor shows square blocks and my monitor shows rectangular images but I’m guessing the images you are showing are rectangular and that is making the image taller than is needed so the white space is happening within the image nothing to do with the block or the RG.
The 3 image block also includes “keep aspect ratio”
My primary thought is for some reason the top block doesn’t have an issue due to it being up top. However all other blocks below have a large amount of white space. As if the top block or another specific block (group) isn’t collapsing correctly.
After about 4 hrs of trying to find a solution I came to forums lol
It should not be necessary to put the blocks on top of each other @SerPounce, in fact, the advice in Bubble is to stack groups under each other. Give the three dots top right, in appears to indicate that it is the individual block that is the problem.
Glad to be of service but I advise you to stick to Bubble’s recommendations and never put blocks on top of each other if you can avoid it because they tend to really mess up when you are making things responsive. You can get away with it when you are only showing one block at a time but your users can pick any number of blocks so that could be a disaster. Looks great BTW.