Learn about Tapita page builder elements

Learn about Tapita page builder elements

Page elements is an essential part of a page builder tool like Tapita. Once you've mastered the elements, then you've mastered Tapita!

In Tapita, you can add the elements into your page by either:
  1. Drag and drop the elements from the left menu
  2. Quick add the elements by clicking the Add (+) button
Let's explore the page elements that are available in Tapita!



Example of the "2 Columns" element
These are the containers that define the layout of your page. They rarely stay on their own, but most of the cases will contain other child elements like texts or images.
The Layout element group include:
  1. Full Width
  2. Partial Width
  3. 2 Columns
  4. 3 Columns
  5. 4 Columns
  6. Grid


Example of "Horizontal Tabs" element

This element allows you to create tabbed sections. The position of the tab names is flexible and can be put on the top, bottom, left or right.
The Tabs element group include:
  1. Horizontal Tabs
  2. Vertical Tabs

Example of Dropdown element
This element allows you to create collapsible/expendable sections.
You can change the dropdown icon as well.


Example of "Image And Text Slider" element
These are sliders that are used to create auto-slide banner or human-scrollable horizontal sliders.
The Slideshow element group include:
  1. Image Slider
  2. Image And Text Slider
  3. Partial Static Slider



Example of H2 element
These are the headings on your page, which are normally the big and bold texts that is the subject of a section.
You can also use the Heading elements to create non-heading texts.
The Heading element group include:
  1. H1
  2. H2
  3. H3
  4. H4
  5. H5
  6. H6


Example of Paragraph element

This element is used for long texts on your page, which usually spans more than one line.


Example of Button element

These are actionable buttons that are great for creating CTAs (call-to-actions) on your page.
The Button element group include:
  1. Button
  2. Icon Button



Example of Image element

These are images that are uploaded to use on your page.


Example of Video element

These elements allow you to insert a YouTube video or an online .mp4 video into your page.
The Video element group include:
  1. YouTube Video
  2. HTML Video


These are simple icons to insert anywhere on your page, using Tapita's icon library.



The Instagram Feed element allows you to pull your Instagram posts into your page.


Example of "Facebook Page Plugin" element

The Facebook Page Plugin element is a box that contains your Facebook page information along with a Follow and a Share button.


The Form elements allow you to build a custom form on your page, like a contact form or a subscription form.
The Form element group include:
  1. Form Group
  2. Text Input
  3. Text Area Input
  4. Hidden Input
  5. Form Button



The Custom HTML, as its name suggests, allows you to insert custom HTML code into your page. You can even insert custom Javascript code, though it might not always work (the better way to insert custom Javascript is in your Page Settings > Custom JS).

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