Steps to add a blank Header and Content section to a Flow Page.
The Header and Content layout has a Header field and single, full-page width body content field.
Steps to add a pre-made Section to a Flow page.
There is a wide range of available Sections that can be used by following these steps. This example shows adding a Section with a Title and Subtitle.
Adding multiple Sections to a Flow page is a great way to create a longer, scrolling experience for your learners.
You can create a custom Section by starting with the Add a Blank Row option under the blue + sign at the bottom of your Flow Page then adding more Rows to that Section.
This lesson outlines how to add more Rows to the intial Section.
Flow pages have no fixed height. You can add as much content as you need or want.
This means you can use scrolling as a design experience.
You see this in many modern websites, or even in social media apps where scrolling is the basic way of navigating content.
This lesson shows how to add a Blank section template to a Page.
Quickly and easily add Elements to a Claro page or Sections to a Flow page
I would like to create links from a web page that open a project, but jump to a specific page in the project.
You can use a lesson five different ways to help your learners
You can create your own custom Section layouts in Flow.
You start by adding the first Row you want then continue adding more Rows.
This lesson outlines how to do add the first row, an H1 header.
Steps to add a Tab set component from the Engage tab to an empty Placeholder on a Flow Page.
Engage components have their own internal responive behavior when used in Flow pages. Tab sets, for example, can change from a horizontal tab set to a vertical accordion menu based on breakpoint. This provides a better user experience on a narrower screen such a smartphone held in portrait orientation.