Use Content elements to structure content within your layouts. For more on using the Layout builder see Using the layout builder.
Content elements are most useful when creating templates where the layout and the markup are very structured. They are less required when creating page content because many of the elements can be created directly within the WYSIWYG element.
Locating the content elements
To find the Content elements:
- Navigate to a page or template with the Layout canvas
- Click the + button on the Layout canvas
- Within the Elements tab, look for the Elements listed under Content elements.
The Content elements include:
Use the WYSIWYG element to add formatted content to your layout using CKEditor. For more information, see WYSIWYG element.
Use the Heading element to add a heading <h> to your layout. For more information, see Heading element.
Use the Paragraph element to add a <p> to your layout. For more information, see Paragraph element.
Use the Link element to add an <a> in the form of links and buttons to your layout. For more information, see Link element.
Use the Block quote element to add block quotes <blockquote> to your layout. For more information, see Block quote element.
Use the List container element to add a list <ul>, <ol> <dl> to your layout. For more information, see List container element.
Use the List item element to add a list item <li>, <dt>, <dd> to your List container. For more information, see List item element.
Use the Inline element to add HTML inline elements to your layout. For more information, see Inline element.