Block constructors

Constructors of basic blocks use the same principles as Custom grid, but have slight structural limitations. You can see these block constructors below. Let's take a closer look at each one.

Feature horizontal Block constructor
Block constructor "Feature (horizontal)"
Feature vertical Block constructor
Block constructor "Feature (vertical)"
Text content Block constructor
Block constructor "Text content"

"Feature (horizontal)" constructor

This is a constructor of blocks with two columns. Such blocks are often used for the "Features" blocks on landing pages when you need to highlight the advantages of your product or service. One of the popular use cases is when "feature + image" blocks alternate with identical blocks with the opposite direction of columns ("image + feature"). See the example below:

Web page built with Bootstrap constructor
A simple structure of web page built with "Feature (horizontal)" constructor

Use the 4/12 / 5/12 / 6/12 switches to set the width of the column where the main content is to be placed. The Filling of a column could be Header, Paragraph, Buttons. Or an arbitrary combination.

The width of the second column containing the media widget is calculated automatically. The visual element by default is a placeholder. You can select any widget among available ones (YouTube video, Image, Image Gallery, etc.) instead of the placeholder.

"Feature (vertical)" constructor

This is a special case of the "Feature (horizontal)" constructor. The entire content is placed into one column. You have a choice of placing the media object above or below the main content.

Web page built with Bootstrap constructor
Inserting the "Feature (vertical)" block example

"Text content" constructor

The default use case for a simple text editor — article. You can choose a template with left or right wrapping of the media object.

Article template
Inserting the "Text content" block example


The inserted blocks can be freely modified, deleted; you can add new blocks or duplicate them, move them up or down and adapt to various viewport sizes. You can also create a —Āustom template based on the current block to reuse it in the future. To do this, click the "Save as template" button.