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Editor X Essentials

Sections.

Sections are large containers that act as the building blocks of each page. By default, they span the width of the browser, and you can set the height as you wish.

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Intro

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TRY IT YOURSELF

Exercise on sections.

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Duplicate a section. Select the black section and from the floating action bar, click the 3 dots, then select Duplicate.

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Change the background color. Select the duplicated section and from the Inspector panel, choose the Design tab. Make the background color white.

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Move a section. Select the white section and from the floating action bar, click the 3 dots, then select Move Down.

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Flip a section to vertical. Select the purple section and from the floating action bar, click the 3 dots, then select Flip to Vertical.

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