Use the Add Elements panel to get quick, visual access to various elements you can add to your Webflow project.
The Add Elements Panel gives you quick, visual access to the various elements you can add to your project.
The panel is divided into simple categories. For example, the Typography section contains all elements related to text. Another category for Forms contains all the building blocks you can use to create a form. Here are all the sections and the type of elements that exist there:
There are three ways to add elements from the Add Elements Panel to the page you’re working on:
Clicking to add is a quick way to add an element onto the canvas.
Where the added element first appears is related to the selected element. So, if the selected element is a text, media or button element, the added element will appear beside or beneath the selected element.
If you’ve initially selected a parent element, like a div block or a container, the new element will be added inside this structure element, at the bottom.
If you don’t have an element selected and you click to add an element, it will be added at the bottom of the page inside the Body element.
You can always change the position of an element by dragging it anywhere you want.
The second way to add elements from the Add Elements Panel, is by dragging and dropping the element onto the Canvas.
As you drag in an element, the orange indicator tells you which parent element you're placing it into. The blue indicator shows the position of the element inside of the parent element.
If you have the Navigator tab open on the right, you can also see exactly where you’re dropping this element as you drag to reposition it on the canvas.
The third way to add an element onto your page is by using the Navigator.
In the Navigator, you can see the full visual outline of your page. So, you can drag and drop an element from the Add Elements panel right into the Navigator with precision.
When you add an element onto the canvas, it is positioned relative to its sibling elements. This default positioning is determined by the default display settings of both the added element and its siblings.
So, if you’re adding an element with default Display Setting of Block, it will always appear on it’s own line, above or beneath the surrounding elements.
When adding elements that have a Display Setting of Inline Block, they will be placed beneath or above Block elements or beside other Inline Block elements. All elements in the Add Elements panel are Block elements, except for these elements that are Inline Block:
You can change the display settings of most elements from the Styles Panel.
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