Call to Action
The posts slider is great for displaying the latest posts overall or from a certain particular category. Limit items in a slider to only a few e.g. this example only shows the latest 5 posts. Main or custom query are both available for this layout.
Module for displaying posts in a grid on a page. Post module options: Multi-column grid format, masonry stacking, extra styling options
Use the categories module to display post categories in a nicer way than the default category widget included with WordPress. Although post categories don’t have images like product categories do, this module allows you to enable images for post categories if needed.
The posts carousel is great for displaying the latest posts overall or from a certain particular category. Limit items in a slider to only a few e.g. this example only shows the latest 5 posts. Main or custom query are both available for this layout.
Number Sections and Progress Bars serve as interactive ways to display progress statistics pertaining to a subject, product or project on the site.
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
Calls-to-action are important as they let site visitors know what action you’d like them to take when interacting with your site. Buttons can be used to mask an external link or as a call-to-action anywhere on the site. Dual buttons can be used to mask two external links or two call-to-action items in a simple and elegant fashion. The following are examples of call-to-action layouts.
Simple notification and alert boxes to grab user’s attention. You can style and customize the background color, the font color, border color, font style and more.