Yes. But my suggestions are going to sound familiar. lol
You need to delete the last 7, finalize the first, then copy/paste it 7 times and just swap out the photos and text.
Here is what is happening right now - just on the photos alone.
At the bottom of the screen, you can see what happens to the structure when I select the different photos. Almost every single entry has a unique hierarchy, and that is NEVER going to work correctly.
You also still have duplicated class names between parent and children. I suspect that what you did was you selected one of them and hit “rename class”, but all that is going to do is rename the class in both instances. What you need to do is just start over with one. Scrap what you’ve made so far, and structure it like this:
Top Level) Div - “Candidates Container” (80vw Width - Horizontal Flex & Wrap Children & Justify: Space Around & Align: Stretch)
^ This will hold all of the candidates
Individual Entries) Div - “Candidate Entry” (20% Width 1vw Left/Right Margins [will make sure you only get 4 candidates per row])
^ Each individual candidate will sit inside of one of these
Image - “Candidate Photo” (15vw height/width, 25px margin-bottom, centered)
Text Box - “Candidate Name” (30px height, centered)
Div - “Line Break” (7vw width, 3px height, centered)
Text Box - “Candidate Office” (30px height, 25px margin-bottom, centered)
Div - “Social Links Container” (100% width, horizontal flex, Justify: Space Around)
^Each Social Link will go inside this container
Link Block - “Social Link” (30px height/width)
Image - “Social Link Image” (100% height/width)
Button - “Donate Button” (styled however you like)
Button - “Volunteer Button” (styled however you like)
Just do that for ONE entry. Then copy/paste the “Candidate Entry” container 7 times, and just swap out the images by double-clicking on them, then change your text in each. Once you’ve got that done, adjust the values to compensate for lines that are wrapping, and make whatever changes you’d like to make on the lower breakpoints.
That should take care of it.