The Accordion Module allows you to insert an interactive accordion into a row. It essentially can be used as a FAQ, Q&A or feature list for text content anywhere within your layout.
The Audio module is essentially a wrapper for WordPress’ core audio and playlist shortcodes. It allows you to insert either a player for a single audio file or a player for multiple audio files (a playlist) with a number of customization settings.
The Button module is exactly that, a button that you insert into your layout to lead visitors elsewhere within your site or to an external link. You can specify the text for the button, where it should like to as well as if it should open in a new tab or window. In terms of styling, there are a variety of options available to you in the style tab for colors, fonts, and general appearance.
Call To Action
The Call to Action Module is similar to the Callout Module, just a bit simpler in the way that it allows you to call attention to specific content, i.e., specific services you offer or a special. There are a handful of settings available for the Call to Action Module. The general and style settings apply to the title and text of the Callout Module while the button settings adjust the user interaction.
The Callout Module is a more robust method of calling attention to specific content, i.e., specific services you offer or a special. The general and style settings apply to the title and text of the Callout Module as well as alignment, while the image and call to action settings adjust more robust options. You can include an image or icon with specific settings to each for your callout box and specify where it should lead if clicked.
The Contact Form Module allows you to insert a contact form directly into a row. The basic settings allow you to enter an email address to where the message should be sent as well as spacing options if desired.
The Countdown Module allows you to insert a countdown timer into your layouts that count down to zero from a date and time that you specify. It allows you to specify the exact date and time, including choosing the timezone that should be used and has a number of styling settings for customizing the look of your countdown timers.
The Gallery Module allows you to insert a gallery of images into a row. You can choose that gallery of images from your WordPress Media Library or if you have a SmugMug account, any of your SmugMug galleries. If choosing one of your SmugMug galleries, you will need to go into the gallery you would like to choose, click the Share button > Get a Link > Feed Links and copy the RSS link to insert in the Feed URL field in the Gallery Module. The Gallery Module has several settings and even allows captions to be displayed.
The Heading module inserts a heading or title into your row. This is similar to a page or post heading except that with our heading module, you can style it to your liking and give it unique spacing using the margins.
The HTML module allows you to insert any custom HTML code into your layouts using a basic HTML editor. Just drop an HTML module into your layout and start typing!
The Icon Module allows you to insert icons from Font Awesome, Foundation or WordPress into your layouts. You can also link it, add text, style it with several options and give it spacing if desired.
The Icon Group Module allows you to insert a group of icons from Font Awesome, Foundation or WordPress into your layouts. You can then link each to whatever you like and add specific spacing if desired.
The Map Module allows you to insert a Google map with a marker pointing to your address. You can specify a height depending on how it is used in a row and adjust spacing if needed using the margin settings.
Like the built-in Custom Menu widget, the Menu Module allows you to select one of your WordPress Menus to insert into your layouts. That’s where the similarities stop as the Menu Module allows you to do so much more with options for the layout, style, and responsive display of your menus. You can read more about the Menu Module and how it works on our blog.
The Photo module allows you to insert a photo from your WordPress Media Library or a specific link.
The Posts Module allows you to insert a group of posts into your layouts with several layout options available to achieve different looks. You can also fine tune what posts are displayed using the Content tab in the Posts Module settings.
Posts Carousel and Posts Slider
The Posts Carousel and Posts Slider Modules are similar to the Posts Module in that they allow you to insert a group of posts into your layouts with several layout options available. The difference is that each of these modules allows you to either create a carousel of posts, or a slider of posts. You can read more about each of these modules on our blog.
The Pricing Table Module allows you to insert a pricing table with as many columns as you like! You can configure options such as title, price (and frequency), features and a button. There are also a handful of styling and spacing options to get you up and running featuring your pricing beautifully as well as quickly!
The separator module inserts a line to separate content which can be styled in terms of color, style, size and of course spacing if desired.
The Sidebar Module gives you the ability to insert any of your WordPress sidebars into your layouts. These can be accessed and configured in your WordPress dashboard under Appearance > Widgets.
The Slideshow Module allows you to insert a slideshow of images into your layouts. You can choose images from your WordPress Media Library or if you have a SmugMug account, any of your SmugMug galleries. If choosing one of your SmugMug galleries, you will need to go into the gallery you would like to choose, click the Share button > Get a Link > Feed Links and copy the RSS link to insert in the Feed URL field in the Slideshow Module. The Slideshow Module has several ways to display to, playback, and control settings all available to customize the user experience to your liking.
The Social Buttons Module allows you to insert popular social sharing buttons so visitors can share, like or post content to their social networks while on your site. You can choose the source they interact with whether it be the current page or a specific page such as your homepage. You can also choose which buttons to show and which to hide.
The Subscribe Form Module works allows you to make a connection to a third-party service such as AWeber or MailChimp to subscribe your users to an email list. Simply choose a service, follow the instructions for connecting your account, select a list and you’re ready to start collecting email addresses. Please see this blog post for more details regarding the Subscribe Form module.
The Tabs Module allows you to easily insert tabbed text content into your layouts. This is a great tool for inserting large amounts of text into a small space! The Tabs Module settings allow you to add multiple tabs and structure them horizontally or vertically in addition to a handful of spacing settings if needed.
The Testimonials Module allows you to add a basic slider with testimonials to your layouts. One thing to consider is that if you are using the Testimonials Module along with other modules, you’ll want to keep the layout set to compact. If you are using only the Testimonials Module in a row, you can select wide so that it takes up the entire row. You can customize a variety of options as well as add as many testimonials as you like.
The Text Editor module gives you the ability to add a block of text using an instance of the standard WordPress editor.
The Video module allows you to insert a video from the WordPress Media Library or use an embed code provided by a third party such as Vimeo or YouTube.
The WooCommerce Module allows you to insert a variety of WooCommerce content into a page anywhere you like using WooCommerce shortcodes under the hood. For assistance on how WooCommerce works, the various functionality included, etc., please click here.