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How to Build a Simple Mega Menu Using the Custom Menu Element

With the help of the "Mega Menu" feature of the Custom Menu element, you can create Mega Menus, where all the second and third level menu items will be displayed on your page at once, in a Mega Menu drop down.This is very useful if you want to give the visitors of your website an […]

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Thrive Leads or Thrive Architect? Which Plugin Should You Choose to Build Your Email List?

A lot of people ask us:“What’s the difference between Thrive Architect and Thrive Leads? Which one is best to build my email list?” Let me clarify this question for you. If you want to add any type of opt-in form anywhere on your website, get detailed statistics on how your forms are performing and have one of […]

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How to Add Third Level Items to a Mega Menu

Whenever you build a "Simple Mega Menu" using the "Custom Menu" element, there are a few things you should consider.  In order to have Mega Menus on your website, you need to add a menu, in the Custom Menu element, that not only has second level items, but third level items as well. Regardless of the source […]

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How to Use the Post List Element in Thrive Architect

As the name suggests, the Post List element in Thrive Architect allows you to display your favorite blog posts inside a layout, anywhere you want on your website.  In this article, you'll discover how each of the options of the Post List element work and which is the best way to use them. First Things You Should […]

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How to Use the Content Block Element

The “Content Block” element comes in handy, if you want to quickly combine more types of blocks to create professionally designed content on your blog posts and pages. Here are the key steps you need to take in order to use the “Content Block” element: Step-by-step guide 1. Add the element to the page2. Choose the […]

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How to Use the Audio Element

With the help of the “Audio” element you can easily add audio files, such as custom audio, or songs from SoundCloud/Spotify to your page. In order to use the “Audio” element, you have to add it to the page. Click on the plus sign from the right sidebar to open the list of elements. Look for […]

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Custom Menu Element Improved

Since the “Custom Menu” element is a complex one, there used to be a few issues when using it. We wanted to make the user-experience with this element as good as possible, so we implemented various improvements and new features to the “Custom Menu” element, in the latest version of Thrive Architect. Such improvements/features are related […]

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What is the Difference Between a Single Opt-in and a Double Opt-in?

There are mailing service providers which support “Single” and “Double opt-in” forms as well. If you are connecting a Lead Generation element (this can be part of a Thrive Leads form, or it can be a separate element), to such a mailing service, then you will have the option of choosing between those two types. At the […]

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How to Use the Global Styles Feature

“The Global Styles” feature works on the same principle as the other global features (such as the Global Colors).  You give a certain style to a button, a content box or a background section and then, you save it as a “Global Style”. This means that the next time you will add another element of the […]

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How to Use the Scroll Behavior Option

The “Scroll Behavior” option lets you decide how certain elements behave when the page they are on is scrolled down. With this option you can make an element stick to the screen, even when it is not normally in view-port, meaning that it will be displayed even after your visitors scroll down. The “Scroll Behavior” option is […]

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