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Adding Guarantee Boxes to Your Thrive Architect Pages

The user interface of the Thrive editor has been upgraded!
Please, check out the changes here, before proceeding.

Guarantee boxes are commonly used for sales pages to help lower the risk for the buyer of the product. Typically, they come in the form of a money back or quality guarantee.

Here's an example guarantee element built with Thrive Architect:

Apart from the information found in the article, you can also follow the instructions from the following video tutorial: 

Adding a New Guarantee Box

The guarantee box element can be found on the sidebar editor in Thrive Architect, and you can simply use the search bar, to find the element: 

Afterwards, simply click on the element, or drag & drop it on your page. 

Choosing a Template

After the element has been dropped on the page, you will be given a list of templates that you can choose for the guarantee box: 

However, if you have changed your mind, you can always pick another template, by going on the sidebar editor, and clicking on the "Change Template" option: 

As far as the other options of the Guarantee Box are concerned, they are identical to the ones found in the Content Box. Don't forget to check out all the tutorials for the options, in the Thrive Architect tutorials section!

If you have any further questions, don't hesitate to contact us, by leaving a message on the Forum!

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