In this video, we’ll be exploring the key differences between traditional section/column layouts and Elementor’s Flexbox Containers.
Containers have become a popular alternative to traditional section columns as they allow you to quickly create web page layouts and group widgets, giving you greater control over how your content is displayed and streamlining your web-building workflows.
One major advantage of using Flexbox Containers is their ability to improve page speed through leaner code, finer control over responsiveness, and the creation of complex layouts. With container templates, you can also create templates to use on other parts of your website, allowing for design continuity.
We’ll be diving into the benefits of using containers for your web design, including how they improve web page responsiveness by allowing you to group elements and define how your content is displayed across devices and screen sizes. We’ll also explore how containers enable better design optimization and more complex layouts by giving you finer control over your layout.
Another significant advantage of using containers is their ability to increase your page’s loading speed by minimizing the number of dividers used. We’ll discuss how you can speed up your page by removing unnecessary containers.
We’ll also touch on how containers can be made clickable, allowing you to add hyperlinks so the whole container acts as a button. However, it’s important to note that containers aren’t always suitable for every use-case, and converting a section to a container is irreversible.
Elementor is constantly developing new, powerful features, many of which are designed to take advantage of the flexbox container design, so be sure to stay tuned for more updates in the future.
Overall, this video will provide you with the information you need to decide whether containers are the right choice for your web design needs.
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