Section Settings

In Astroid's layout manager, the first thing you do is Add a Section by choosing the grid from the Grid layout manager (if you choose a Custom grid then its sum should always be equal to 12).

After adding the section you see certain options(icons) like Section name, Move section, Edit section, Duplicate, Delete, add new Row & add new Section.

If you click on the Edit Section icon, a popup opens that has 3 different tabs General Settings, Design Settings & Responsive Settings. With these settings you can customize your sections easily.

General Settings

Under this tab the options are as follows:

  • Section Title- Write the section title.

  • Custom Class- Write the class name used for writing custom CSS or JS.

  • Custom ID- Give a custom ID to override the auto-generated ID.

  • Section Layout- Choose the layout for the section from Container, Container Fluid, Container with No gutters, Container fluid with not gutters, Without Container or a Custom layout.

  • Layout Custom Class- If you choose a Custom layout then write the custom class name.

Design Settings

Under this tab, the options are as follows:

  • Animation- Choose animation for the section. You can also set the Animation Delay time in the next step.

  • Background Type- Select the background type for your section from None, Color, Image, Video or even add a Gradient.

  • Custom Colors- Choose whether you want to enable or disable the custom colors for the section. If you enable it then you have the option to set Text Color, Link Color & Link Hover Color of the section’s content.

  • Spacing- With this you can set your section’s custom Margin & Padding in 4 different units Px, Em, Rem & % with device responsiveness.

Responsive Settings

Under this tab the only option is:

  • Device Visibility- Choose your preference of hiding or showing the section on different screens like Hide on Extra Small Devices, Hide on Small Devices, Hide on Medium Devices, Hide on Large Devices or Hide on Extra Large Devices.

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