You can delete a module and leave the column, or you can delete a column, which also deletes the column's contents.
Deleting columns and child columns can get complicated and there is no Undo. To be on the safe side, save your work just before you delete so you can revert. It's also safer to delete modules first and then the empty columns.
If you delete a module from a column that has more than one module, the other modules will remain in the column. If you delete a module when it's the only module in the column, an empty column will be left behind.
Mouse over the module to reveal the options.
Click X to delete the module, or click the hamburger icon and then Remove.
See the screenshot below
Verify that you want to remove the module.
- Mouse over the column to reveal the options.
- Click X to delete the column, or click the hamburger icon and then Remove.
- Verify that you want to remove the column.
When you delete a column or child column, the contents of the column are also deleted.
It's a good idea to mouse over Delete column before you click it. The scope of what will be deleted is shaded in blue. Or, to be extra safe, delete individual modules instead of columns using the Remove command in the module options, then delete any empty columns.
- To delete a main or child column and its contents:
Mouse over one of the modules to reveal the options.
Click Edit Column, then mouse over Delete column.
If you see a hamburger icon, click that, then mouse over Edit column and Delete column.
The area to be deleted is shaded in blue.
Click Delete column to remove the area shaded in blue.