When designing a page from scratch, use widgets to create the layout you want. The Essentials are the most commonly used widgets.
- Hero: creates a large graphic with an optional call-to-action button over it. See https://vision-summit-2019.pathable.co/ for an example of a hero widget displaying a skyline.
- Text: creates a text box
- Heading: creates a text field with heading sizes
- Button: creates a button linkable to the URL of your choice
- Text columns: creates a single header-text column; add more columns with the Add Column button.
- Separator: creates a line that visually divides the objects on the page
- Table: creates a table into which you can insert text
- Custom HTML: creates a field for custom HTML and associated CSS
- Location: creates a display of a location, based upon address
- Group: creates a place for you to group together widgets that you might want to use in other places.
- For example, if you want to display a Heading, a Location, a Text, and a Button, and you will be using that 4-widget setup on more than one page, add a Group widget and drag the other widgets inside of it. You can then duplicate the Group widget and place it on the Clipboard for use on other pages.
- CTA Bar: a "blueprint" style widget that includes a heading, subheading, and a call-to-action button. Use this to draw attendees' attention to a button you want them to click!
- Feature: a "blueprint" style widget that includes an image, heading, text box, and call-to-action. A more expansive widget than the CTA bar, since it can include an image.