Here we have an example of a single text block element being used, and with the amount of inline columns set to “4”, it automatically pulls your entire content box across 4 columns seamlessly. You may notice that we have dropped an image into the mix, just for good measure and to show you exactly how flexible this Fusion Builder Element actually is.
ropcaps are also functional with the text block when it has been split into several columns. In fact, any (yes ANY) inline element can be used. This is an amazing way to break up long and varied segments of content on your website to make them easier to read, more attractive and much more modern.
Here’s an example of some of the border options you have at your fingertips with this update to the Text Block Element with Avada 5.5. You can amend the column rule style, size and colour, as well as spacing between columns. This allows you full flexibility to make your content appear how you want, without spanning continuously down the page in a single column. This shows a dotted column splitter, with 4em spacing in Avada green with a rule size set to 3. This is a more diverse style option for the Text Block Element with Split Columns.