Creating WordPress Content Blocks In Page Builders

By Peter Nyiri | Sales funnel creation

Jan 09
Content Blocks

In this post, you’re going to learn about all the Content Blocks used in a page builder. These blocks are the elements that build a page. In order to create pages, first you need to understand the elements.

The basic hierarchy of funnels is the following:

Content Blocks >>
Pages >>
Funnels

This post covers content block templates. A separate post covers page and funnel templates.

Note: This post is incomplete.

Pricing Table

The pricing table can be used to highlight various price points for your products and features that
are included. This is helpful if you have plan levels that include different benefits. Take this one step
further and make the price table for your best selling product a different color from the others in order
to draw page visitors’ attention to the best offer.

Navigation

The navigation element can be used to create up to five links on your pages. The navigation element will
usually be placed in the Header or Footer of your pages. You can use the navigation element to link to
different sections on your pages, to other pages in your funnels, or to another website altogether.

FAQ

The FAQ element is a text element with a question mark icon, a small headline and a text area. Add
multiple FAQ elements to your pages to create an FAQs section. This is helpful for providing information
about your products or offers and answering questions that potential customers might have.

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