What You Will Need
Understanding the Column Section
The Column Section allows you to combine multiple elements such as images, videos, buttons, and text within 1-4 columns. The options are literally limitless.
To add a new Section, head to your Hub Editor and select what Hub page you'd like to add a Column Section to.
Click on the blue + New Section button that appears on the bottom left hand side.
Select Number of Columns
Select one of the six different Column layout options. Your Column Section can have one, two, three or four columns. Make an initial selection to start building your Column Section.
No Section is ever set in stone! You can always delete an existing Column or add a Column if you have less than four.
Background Colours and Images
After selecting the number of Columns you want your Section to have, you can Style your Hub Section by selecting a Background for your Column(s). Choose from a Default light grey, your Hub's Primary and Secondary Colours, a Custom Color or an Image.
Column Section Elements
Click on your first Column from the panel to add one or more Elements to it.
Select what Element you would like to add to your Column. After that, you can customize how your Element appears.
Column Section Use Cases
Stack Videos, Images and Buttons
Pick a custom colour as your Section's background and upload images with matching backgrounds for a seamless, layered look. Add a thumbnail to a Media File to blend your video with the rest of the Section.
Use the Column Section for your blog or large blocks of text. Create one Column and mix Headlines, Sub Headlines, and Text Elements for text that goes across your whole Hub page.
Check out our webinar for creating blog pages in your Hub with Column text elements in the Searchie Academy here.
Row of Buttons
Organize important links (such as to your Hub pages) using four Columns containing one button each. You can think of the example below like a navigation bar on a website.
Combine Video with Text
Use multiple Column Sections and a consistent background colour to blend your content and highlight specific aspects.
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