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Can someone tell me how to get several images side-by-side to fill the width of the screen? As under the 'Mission' and 'Council' on this page. Underwater island | Together at the abyss



I think you are talking about 4 images placed side by side in the example given by you.

This feature is not yet available in muse. One work-around would be to design this muse to the outside and then call as an Iframe.



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