The Design Layout template in ArcGIS Open Data is limited to 8 rows of widgets at the default height (16 rows), and results in overlapping widgets at the top of the page in view mode if exceeded.
Last Published: February 23, 2015ArcGIS Online
Bug ID Number
February 4, 2015
June 11, 2020
Operating System Version
After review by the development team, it has been determined that this issue is related to a known limitation with the software that lies outside of Esri's control. The issue's Additional Information section may contain further explanation.
This is a known limitation. The HTML editor is available as a workaround.
Override the style sheet for ArcGIS Open Data by altering the widget HTML using the CODE tab:
1. Increase the size of the body by altering the min-height on Line 1.
2. Scroll to the widget(s) having trouble with overlapping
3. Remove the row parameter, and add 'style="top:1900px"' inside the closing bracket.
For example: <div class="col-1 sizex-2 sizey-2" style="top:1900px">
Note: Play around with the values for pixel heights to get the desired look.