Build Pages Faster With These 3 New Elements
One of the biggest advantages of using a visual editor like Thrive Architect is that you can use pre-designed elements.
This makes building a page or writing a compelling blog post so much easier and faster.
In the latest update of Thrive Architect, we've added 3 new elements that will help you do just that. Let me show you.
1. Styled Boxes
Content boxes are super versatile, you can really style them exactly the way you want. But sometimes, you just want to have something that looks good without too much customization.
That's where the Styled Box comes into play.
The styled box is a separate element that gives you access to a library of pre-styled content boxes.
Using a pre-styled box that looks similar to what you want on your page, will save you precious minutes (plus they've been made by pro designers so your pages will look awesome, even if you have limited design skills yourself).
2. Call to Action
The most important element on any sales page is the "Call to Action". You want to make sure that this stands out and grabs attention.
With the new Call to Action element you'll have a library of professionally designed layouts that will help you create better sales pages.
3. Guarantee Boxes
A money back or any other guarantee can convert hesitant visitors into buyers.
If you're offering a guarantee, you should make it crystal clear on your sales page. A well-designed guarantee box can help you with that!
Create and Save Your Own Version
While these elements look good out of the box, chances are you'll want to customize them to match your website colors and style.
Did you know you can customize the element ones, save it as a content template and then use it over and over again?
Simply select the element you want to save, scroll to the Styles & Templates menu in the Thrive Architect sidebar and click on the green button "Save Template". This will allow you to give the template a name and save it.
Now, next time you want the exact same box design, you can simply drag a "Content Template" element on the page and pick your custom designed box.
What Design Would You Like to See?
Now that the element is available, we can start adding even more templates to the library... What style of design would you like to see? Let us know in the comments below!