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mjml-group

Desktop

Mobile

mj-group allows you to prevent columns from stacking on mobile. To do so, wrap the columns inside a mj-group tag, so they'll stay side by side on mobile.

<mjml>
  <mj-body>
    <mj-section>
      <mj-group>
        <mj-column>
          <mj-image width="137px" height="185px" padding="0"    src="https://mjml.io/assets/img/easy-and-quick.png" />
          <mj-text align="center">
            <h2>Easy and quick</h2>
            <p>Write less code, save time and code more efficiently with MJML’s semantic syntax.</p>
          </mj-text>
        </mj-column>
        <mj-column>
          <mj-image width="166px" height="185px" padding="0" src="https://mjml.io/assets/img/responsive.png" />
          <mj-text align="center">
            <h2>Responsive</h2>
            <p>MJML is responsive by design on most-popular email clients, even Outlook.</p>
          </mj-text>
        </mj-column>
      </mj-group>
    </mj-section>
  </mj-body>
</mjml>

try it live

Column inside a group must have a width in percentage, not in pixel You can have both column and group inside a Section iOS 9 Issue: If you use a HTML beautifier for MJML output, iOS9 will render your columns inside a mj-group as stacked. On the output HTML, remove the blank space between the two columns inside a mj-group.
attribute unit description default attributes
width percent/px group width (100 / number of non-raw elements in section)%
vertical-align string middle/top/bottom top
background-color string background color for a group n/a
direction ltr / rtl set the display order of direct children ltr
css-class string class name, added to the root HTML element created n/a
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