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.
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.
Sometimes when a visitor arrives on the site, you would like your text to appear sequentially or for it to leave a certain first impression. Animations on the modules on the page can help achieve these effects.
Categories Available: Zoom, Bounce, Rotate, Flip, Fancy
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.
Use accordions as an interactive way to avoid scrolling over items that you don’t need everyone to see. Allow visitors to create their own site experience by concentrating their focus on items they choose to expand. This module is a great solution for FAQ sections, “How-to” sections or resume experience sections.
The RSS Module displays posts from any RSS feed. You might find this handy if you want to show off one of your other blogs, or one of your favorite blogs, in your sidebar. To display posts from your current site, you will typically use a posts module
Layouts used for business reviews or customer feedback.
NOTE: Google Reviews now requires a Google Maps API key. The customer will need to provided the API key and can follow these instructions to retrieve their key.