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Text Block

The Text Block Element is a simple yet powerful feature that allows you to use the normal WordPress editor to insert content onto your page. Our Fusion Element Generator is able to be used to insert any element Fusion Builder offers. In addition, there is an added feature that lets you take one large body of text content and choose the amount of columns it will be displayed in. This is perfect for blog posts and pages as it offers a unique design style and gives you more control over how you present the information to your users.

WYSIWYG Text Blocks

Control exactly where and what text content you want your users to see. The Text Block Element offers the default WP editor with both the Visual and Text editor with control panels to style and arrange your text content exactly how you wish.

Split Columns

A new feature of the Text Block Element is Split Columns. This feature allows you to control how many columns your content will be displayed in. If you have a large block of content that would be easier to read segmented into 2, 3, 4, 5 or 6 columns, then this option is for you! Improve your readability and aesthetic by organizing your text content better.

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.

Dropcaps 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.

Split Column Options

When you use the split column option, we provide several customization options. The Column Minimum Width options allows you to control when your columns gracefully break on screen resize, choose how much space is between each column, add vertical divider lines between each column and choose the divider size and color. This allows you to really make your content stand out!

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 example shows a 1px wide, 4em spacing column splitter in the default colour. This is one of the more basic style options you can select for this Element.

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.

Full Fusion Builder Element Support

To add even more power to the Text Block Element, the Fusion Shortcode Generator is available to use with the full set of Fusion Builder elements! Add elements to text blocks to enhance your layouts and even split those across a selected number of columns! The Text Block Element truly gives you ultimate control over how you display your content.

Complete Set of Options

Every option and description included with the Text element is listed below.

  • columns – The amount of columns you’d like your text split across. For example, columns=”1″ (Maximum = 6).

  • column_min_width – You can set the minimum width of each column using “px” values. For example, column_min_width=”300″

  • column_spacing – You can choose how much spacing to give between each column in “em” value. For example column_spacing=”4em”

  • rule_style– Allows you to select the style of column seperator to use. For example, rule_style=”solid” will give you a solid line, where as rule_style=”dotted” will give you a dotted rule between columns.

  • rule_size – Set the width of the rule between columns. For example rule_size=”1″ gives a 1px wide rule.

  • rule_color – Sets the colour of the rule between columns, accepts Hex code values (#000000)

  • class – Add a custom class to the wrapping HTML element for further css customization. Please refer to this documentation section.

  • id– Add a custom id to the wrapping HTML element for further css customization. Please refer to this documentation section.

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