Content blocks allow you to build content that’ll appear on your new page. You can choose from a range of different content blocks such as; lead text, body, quote, table, form, etc. Let's take a closer look at these elements below.

Lead text: a styled text block to make the text on your page stand out.

Body: used to add standard and stylized text to your page. If you’d like to use subheadings (e.g. H2 and H3 tags) throughout your post, you can add these in the body content block. You can also add lists, links, documents, and images within a body block.

Table: create and insert tables on your new web page.

Quotes: input text that you wish to highlight on your new page.

Button group: allows you to display a selection of linked buttons on your page and direct these to other website entries, email addresses, files, or other web pages.

Gallery: choose how to display photos on your page through a carousel or slideshow formatting.

Form: collect information from website visitors by adding a pre-existing form to your page.

Snippet: add a new or existing content snippet to your new page using this content block.

Embed: add a piece of raw HTML code to your new page.

Tabs: present multiple pieces of content on one page by creating tabs that users can easily navigate between. You can choose for your tables to be displayed in a standard or accordion format.

Tiles: this allows you to display stylized links through images.

Image focal point: setting a focus point ensures that the target area of your image is used should the image be adjusted due to page responsiveness. The focal point tool is available to access via the settings icon next to the image information.

Once you’ve added all of the content blocks required for your new page, there are a few details to complete on the right-hand side of your page, before you can hit save. This information includes:

  • Entry type

  • URL Slug

  • Parent page (if relevant)

  • Author

  • Post date

  • Expiry date

  • Enabled

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