.panel-<l/r> allow you to create a responsive two-column layout. One column has a fixed width, while the other column takes all the available space. The
r indication determines which column will be fixed, the left or right column, respectively. Whenever the width of the parent container falls below a certain threshold, the layout moves to two rows, instead of two columns.
As already hinted by the image above, there are several
.panel linked utility classes that can be applied to alter how the layout behaves.
.panel-f-<name>: set the width (or size!) of the controllable panel, based on
$feo-breakpoints. The default value is
.panel-w-<name>: set the min-width of the wrapper, based on
.panel-g-<name>: set the gap between the two columns. This gap is applied both horizontally and vertically. Based on the, based on
If the utility classes are not flexible enough and you want to adjust the way the layout pattern behaves, adjust the
--panel-widthcustom properties on the element you are applying this pattern to.