Web Page Elements

The Web Elements are the essential components of any website used to create the structure of a page and present content and information in various ways. For example, you can use Text, Image, Hyperlink, Grid, Gallery, and tens of other elements in your web design with no coding.
Web Page Elements

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Grid

The Grid is a container element that you can use to place web page elements in cells. We recommend using the Grid Element, as it is good for responsive designs, as cells move one under another automatically on smaller screens.

Gallery Thumbnails

Create a beautiful Preview for your images with one of the most popular Gallery layouts. Click on thumbnails to switch the Main Image.

Gallery

Add a collection of your favorite images to your web designs using the Gallery Element. Add text titles, apply hover effects, and styling.

Video

Insert Videos the same way you add images and icons. You can expand a video to make a video background. You can use links to YouTube, Vimeo, and your hosting and upload videos.

Social Icons

Add Icons with links to your social networks on your web pages to connect with your audience. You can use the preset icons and also select your own if needed.

Gallery Caption

Present your photos as a Gallery Caption. Add texts below to describe your images. Click on arrows or indicators to switch the Gallery Slides.

Google Maps

Allow your visitors to find faster and easier offline. You can specify the exact location of your business or yourself with Google Maps.

Grid Repeater

Design one column and the Grid Repeater will automatically repeat your design to other columns, including a set of elements, styling, and positioning. Specify text, images in each column to finalize your design. It will save time, allowing you to focus on creativity.

Full Width Slider

Create hero-image or introduction blocks with a slider easily, taking the whole width of your screens. Add lead texts, call to action buttons, and other elements. All full-width slider blocks are mobile-friendly by default.

Repeated Carousel

Use Repeated Carousel containing various elements like images, icons, texts, buttons, etc., to rotate on your site web pages. There are also Carousels for Posts and Products.

Form Builder

Interact with visitors on websites building the login, contact, subscription, and other Forms easily. All Forms are fully responsive and ready to use.

Gallery Carousel

Scroll several images in one click. Add interaction with your visitors to a website. You can allow customers to study your portfolio gallery in a modern way.

Counter

Present your personal and website achievements in numbers and figures. You can improve the building of trustful relationships with your visitors.

Back To Top

Allow your site visitors and users to scroll back to the top of the page smoothly. It's a minor detail that enhances the navigation experience on a website or long landing page.

Slider

Add Slider as an essential interaction element to any place on your web page. You can set a different width for your slides, unlike the Full-Width Slider. And you can use various sets of Elements on slides adding variety to your web blocks.

Gallery Slider

The Gallery Slider allows showing your images as slides. You can also add captions to be displayed on hover and set the transparency of the hovered layer.

Group

Group Elements to use as a whole in your designs. It will help you move, resize, add background, border, and effects around for the Group.

Tabs

Add the Accordion to present tabbed data in the form of expanding and collapsing panels. You can see only one panel of the Accordion open and can expand only one panel at a time.

Modal Popup

Promote your offers with the Modal Popup dialog. You can add the link to the popup dialog for the Hyperlink and Button dialog and trigger it on an event.

Accordion

Add the Accordion to present tabbed data in the form of expanding and collapsing panels. You can see only one panel of the Accordion open and can expand only one panel at a time.

Table

Organize your text data in Tables. Unlike the Grid Element, the Table can contain only texts and icons in the text. You can use the Table element to create pricing tables, time tables, schedules, and more.

FAQ

Organize your questions and answers with the FAQ Element into the one Frequently Asked Questions structure. Your users can click on the question's row to expand and collapse it to see the answer.

How To Create Website Using Web Page Elements

Every web designer wants to make sure they succeed in creating their own web pages with a unique user interface (UI) to provide maximized user experience using a custom design pattern. Modern online workshops provide the best web design examples of elements tested and proved to be the most efficient in modern website building. We will look into some examples to help you build a unique and responsive design for your website. A great case of web design is a grid. This element organizes the content of your landing page, creates alignment and page order. Using grid modules will help you understand how to create page layouts. The grid will help you put web elements like a logo, a headline, content of the body, images, and so many others in the design patterns of your landing page design. With the help of a grid repeater, you can automatically repeat your design patterns to other columns, including a set of elements, styling, and positioning, which drastically saves your time and allows you to focus on creating different types of the grid.

A simple user interface design (UI design) of the page is improved by design best practices like the group element that simplifies the process of resizing and moving elements, adding background, borders, and effects. Another effective element of design with some best practices is back to top - an element that improves the navigation experience of future site visitors by allowing them to immediately skip to main content from the bottom to the start of the page. Although not popular in web design trends, adding a slider, accordion, or repeated carousel to your website design can be very productive. Those UI design elements can save your space if you want to deliver lots of information that takes more than 20 min to read in a neat structure and create a good user experience (UX) similar to social media design. For example, if you are building an e-commerce store and want to maximize your conversion rates, adding a slider, accordion, or carousel is vital in displaying products to your clients. At the same time, they will look through all the product photos, an accordion will systemize the information in categories on which they can jump, continue reading, or close it, and a repeated carousel will display short previews and information on different types of other products.

To improve the user experience design with images, you need a gallery, gallery thumbnails, gallery caption, gallery carousel, and gallery slider. Those are examples of best practices in web design that are vital for creating a beautiful design for your photo gallery and image board that easily displays picture after picture in high quality and allow you to quickly upload new pictures and images, which is a great way to improve your overall graphic design. Other effective elements of a website design are table - elements used to create tables with custom CSS texts and icons in the text on your website no matter how many columns your table will require, tabs - an element that helps to divide your page into categories and present tabbed data in the form of expanding and collapsing panels, and counter - an element that counts any information you require and displays it on your page. More vital elements commonly situated at the bottom are form builder that establishes a dialog between you and your site visitors, Google maps to reflect the physical address of your company or business, social icons that contain links to your social media profiles for a quick transfer, and follow. Last but not least, the FAQ contains answers to the most popular questions and provides additional information about your website. It will not take time to develop your own best practices, so check what elements you can use in your design process.