This is a sub-issue to
Drupal themes are limited to mostly one specific layout, so site builders opted to use more flexible solutions like Panels that allows people to switch between different layouts for different pages / locations. We have added layouts underto core, which will allow for the selection of layouts, but it is still not possible for site builders to edit layouts on the fly.
Also, today's various output devices require websites to be available with responsive layouts, where a page layout is not fixed to one configuration, but instead depend on how the content should be presented on different devices.
Drupal core already has breakpoints and grids to offer guides are proposed in. Finally, a dynamic set of regions are proposed in . These combined with a user interface to map regions to grids on different breakpoints and exposing those as layouts for the existing layout system provides full flexibility to site builders to create their own layouts.
- Introduce a responsive layout plugin
- Define grids and breakpoints to be used for these layouts (neither module has UIs to make this editable yet)
- Define a default layout to be cloned and edited
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