Studio Editor: Adding Elements

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Elements make up the content of the site. They include text, buttons, forms, images and much more. In the Add Elements panel, you can find them all and choose the designs that fit your client's needs.
In this article, learn more about:

Adding an element

The elements in the Add Elements panel are split up into categories and subcategories, making it easier to find what you're looking for.

To add elements:

  1. Click Add Elements on the left side of the Editor.
  2. Click the element category.
  3. Click the relevant subcategory.
  4. Click an element or drag it onto the page.
A screenshot of the Add Elements panel open, showing the Media Category

Types of elements

Browse through the following categories in the Add Elements panel:
  • Quick Add: Build more efficiently and quickly using these common elements, rather than searching the Add Elements panel each time for what you need. 
  • Sections: We have tons of beautiful pre-designed page sections to help you get started. These presets were made to look great on all screen sizes.
  • Containers: A container helps you structure content that belongs together. Add and attach elements like videos, text and images to create your layout. 
  • Text: Add different text elements for titles and paragraphs.
  • Layout Tools: Use these tools to show groups of related elements in a responsive layout.  
  • Buttons: Encourage visitors to interact with the site using functional and stunning buttons.
  • Menu & Search: Add a variety of menus to help visitors navigate around the site. You can also add a search bar from here.
  • Media: Add images, videos and music to bring the site to life.
  • Decorative: Decorate the site with these beautifully designed elements.
  • Contact & Forms: Let visitors contact the site owner and collect responses in a submissions table. You can also add a Google Maps element from here.
  • Embed & Social: Embed code, external sites or Lottie animations. You can also add a social bar from here with links to the client's social accounts.  
  • Input: Using these CMS (Content Management System) elements, you can create your own forms or allow visitors to filter the site's content
  • Blog: Create a stunning blog and grow an online community.
  • Store: Set up an online store to sell products.
  • Bookings: Add a bookings system to let clients book and pay for services.
  • Events: Create and manage online or in-person events. 
  • Members: Allow visitors to become members and access their private account on the site.
  • Multilingual: Localize the site for multiple languages and regions. 
  • CMS: Manage your site more efficiently by creating and storing content in collections.

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