Add a Text Block to a Page with Visual Composer

Add a Text Block to a Page with Visual Composer

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Add a text to a page

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This is one of the most basic elements that you could need and you want to use a textbox because you want to put some words into the page. To add a new row, click the + sign.

Add a Text Block

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Clicking on the + sign will pop-up the Add Element box. To add a Text Block, click on the Text Block box.

Filter the elements

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If you’re having a hard time locating the Text Block, click on the Content tab to filter out the elements to contents only. Clicking the Content tab will eliminate the elements that are not part of the content writing.

Text Block settings

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Clicking on the Text Block will pop up the Text Block settings. Now, we’re presented with a pretty normal text editor. If you’ve already edited a website, you’ll be pretty familiar with this toolbar. If some of the formatting elements were hidden, click on the little icon that says Toolbar Toggle. This will give us some of the underlying formatting elements for the texts.

After formatting and editing your text block, click on Save Changes.

New row for Text Block

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We’ve now got our text block in a new row at the bottom of the page. To check our page, click Preview.

Adding a Text Block with Visual Composer

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And that’s how we add a text block using Visual Composer.