### Create a container with absolutely positioned elements.

Their input order determines their Z order - set the margins

with the "Adjust Element Positioning" component to locate

elements inside the grid.

Use column and row definitions to create more advanced grids.

## Inputs

Name | ID | Description | Type |

**UI Elements** | E | The UI elements to place in the grid | Goo |

**Width** | W | The width of the grid | Number |

**Height** | H | The height of the grid | Number |

**Row Definitions** | RD | An optional list of Row Heights. Use numbers for absolute sizes and numbers with * for ratios (like 1* and 2* for a 1/3 2/3 split) | String |

**Column Definitions** | CD | An optional list of Column Widths. Use numbers for absolute sizes and numbers with * for ratios (like 1* and 2* for a 1/3 2/3 split) | String |

**Element Row** | ER | The rows to place the elements in, counting from 0 at the top. | Integer |

**Element Column** | EC | The columns to place the elements in, counting from 0 at the left. | Integer |

**Element Row Span** | ERS | How many rows each element should span. This will be 1 by default. | Integer |

**Element Column Span** | ECS | How many columns each element should span. This will be 1 by default. | Integer |

## Outputs

Name | ID | Description | Type |

**Grid** | S | The combined group of elements | Goo |