Callouts are a good way to illustrate the different features a site has, sometimes with the option to learn more about these features. Create a simple text callout or add an image, an icon or a call-to-action link to it.
These custom content sliders can be given a specific slide height and used for hero images and banners as well as for separator rows on long-scroll sites. These sliders can be edited to display pagination, arrows, or loop.
Customization Available: Auto Play, Loop, Transitions: Slide or Fade, Navigation Options: Dots, Arrows, Play/Pause, Background: Photo, Color, Video, Content: None, Text, Text & Photo or Text & Video
Use a pricing table to list out product plans, packages and features in a comparative way with a call-to-action or “buy now” button. This module works well when introducing a main product or package on the homepage, linking back to the product for the full description.
Layout: Cards, matrix | Dual Pricing: Enable/disable | Highlight: None, title, price, package
Allow people to sign up to join your mailing list, generate leads for blog post updates, shoppers coupon dispersion and more.
Layout Options: Inline, Stacked, Compact
Placement: Within page body, as a popup, OR fixed to bottom of page
Use a form-styler module to adjust the label color, the input fields, and the button style. Gravity allows for a very dynamic contact form with customizable fields. Two ways the form can be styled are shown below.
Its always nice when the content in a callout is relatively similar in character length, however, sometimes it can be hard to ensure that. Interactive callouts like flip-boxes and slide-boxes can help solve this problem. Just be careful to use these as accents with links to read more on another page – never put too much content in these.
A creative way to display text/callouts in chronological order. Works well when used to describe a sequence of events, for example, in a resume setting perhaps to link progression between education and experience by date.