How Child Elements Work

06/01/2019

Child Elements are elements that display multiple items, for example, the Checklist Element. You can edit each item individually, as well as duplicate and rearrange them. To learn more about Child Elements, please continue reading below.

Child Elements

Below is a list of all the Elements that can display child elements. To learn more about the available parameters of these specific Child Elements, follow the links below, or for all our other elements, please see our full Fusion Builder Elements List.

Child Element Items

With Child Elements, you can add as many items as you'd like. You can also edit each item individually, as well as clone or delete them. Aside from that, you can also rearrange their order easily. Below is a guide on Child Elements' interface and what each button does.

Parent Settings - Illustrated as A. These are the global settings for the Child Element. Selecting an option here sets it globally for all items. To override it, simply select a different option in the individual item.

Child Element Items - Illustrated as B. This is where all your child element's items are found. Each will be numbered to better keep track of how many you currently have. You can re-order elements by dragging them and dropping them into place.

Edit Item Icon - Illustrated as C. Allows you to edit the item and adjust its options.

Clone Item Icon - Illustrated as D. Allows you to clone an item. Cloned items will automatically be added to the bottom of the items list.

Delete Item Icon - Illustrated as E. Allows you to delete an item.

Re-order Feature - Illustrated as F. Allows you to drag and drop the item to your desired order to re-arrange them.

Add New Item Button - Illustrated as G. Allows you to add a new item.