Use sections to create separate blocks of content and divide the page into meaningful segments.
A section is a layout element with a width of 100% that extends across the full width of the browser window. Sections play an important role in the structure and layout of a page. Sections let you create separate blocks of content and divide the page into meaningful segments.
Add a Section
You can add a Section control to your page from the Controls panel. By default, the Section will span across the full width of the body.
And by default, each section include 1 column inside. You can add multiple columns in one section.
Pro Tip: To have a good, consistent page structure, add sections in the page, then organize your content in columns placed inside these sections.
The content width of a section is 100% by default. You can also set a specific width (fixed with px.) in the layout settings panel.
The height of a Section automatically adjusts to its content — as you add controls, the section grows taller. You can also set a min height.
Style a Section
Background (Normal & Hover)
Choose between Classic (which allows you to set a background color or image), Gradient (allowing you to set a color gradient background), Video background, or an image Slideshow background.
Border (Normal & Hover)
- Border Type: Set a Border Type
- Border Radius: Set your Border Radius
- Box Shadow: Add a Box Shadow
Set Typography Colors for the section
Set the margin and padding to leave the spaces outside and inside contents. A Section's padding also affects its height. It’s best practice to set a Section's top and bottom padding and add content to let it adjust accordingly.