Firstly, you can check this 5-minute video tutorial to getting started with PageFly:

This is the PageFly elements playlist, you can check to save all videos here.

The Page Structure & Elements section will let you know how the PageFly page structure works, as well as all the PageFly elements in the page editor.

This video will give you a clear demonstration so you can understand more about the page structure of PageFly

And you can check this guide to know more about page structure with main containers which are Section, Row, Elements to design your page.

Elements play an important role in building your PageFly store and increasing your conversion rate. PageFly provides four different types of elements to help you build your store. These are:

  • Standard elements: you can find Containers, Basic elements, Media elements, Social elements and Advanced elements such as the Countdown Timer, Mailchimp Form, and the Table. Those are standard to any web page.
  • Shopify elements: here you will find elements that require data from Shopify, for example, the Product List, Product Details, the Collection list, Forms, and your Blog.
  • Third-party elements: here you’ll find all the elements from other apps that have been integrated with PageFly. Third-party elements have been categorized into Reviews & Rating, Badges & Seals, Upsell & Cross-Sell, Subscriptions, and Upload Fields.
  • Sections: this is where you can find saved sections (sections that you previously created and saved) and premade sections.

Editing your page’s spacing logically and rationally is essential because this will attract more customers to your store. You can learn how to edit the spacing with margins and padding functions to make your content stand out more.

The following articles will give you a broader understanding of how to use these elements.

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