Nested Columns Element
With Fusion Builder, you can now add Nested Columns to the page. Nested columns are simply columns within columns. For example, you can add a 1/4 column inside a 1/2 column, which means the nested column will be 1/4 of the 1/2 column it’s in, and 1/8 of the entire page width. Read on to find out about this intriguing addition to Fusion Builder.
How To Add Nested Columns
Step 1 – Create a new page, or edit an existing one.
Step 2 – Activate the Fusion Builder by clicking the ‘Use Fusion Builder’ button on top of the page editor.
Step 3 – Insert a Container, then add columns into it. In each column, there’ll be a ‘+ Element’ button.
Step 4 – Click the ‘+ Element’ button, then switch to the ‘Nested Columns’ tab.
Step 5 – Simply click the column layout you’d like to add to the page. Once you added, it’ll be displayed as a ‘Nested Columns’ element.
Step 6 – To add content into nested columns, click the ‘Edit’ icon on the ‘Nested Columns’ element. Once you do that, a window with your columns will appear.
Step 7 – On this window, you can edit the nested columns and add elements into them. Once you’re finished editing the columns, click ‘Done’.
Location: The edit screen within each Element. At first glance, the Nested Columns Element does not have any Element Options. This is because they are in the individual columns of the Nested Columns Element, rather than the parent element itself.
You can deploy as many individual Elements in pages and posts as you need, there is no limit. Within each of the Elements, you will see a tab or tabs that house an array of options that make it possible for you to configure each Element independently, and greatly enhance your flexibility and creative options.
There are no Global options for the Nested Columns Element.
Nested Column Element Parameters
Each of these parameters correspond to each individual Element option as shown above, in this document. Likewise, the format illustrated below is what you will see if the Fusion builder is deactivated in your page/post.