Learn how to create a new section on the Wix website with the "feature" layout, changing it to include information about the types of cakes available.
- [Instructor] All right, now that I have my Features…section in place, I would actually like to edit this…and change the content on it, I'd like to add some…different pictures, some lovely captions,…doing all kinds of things with this particular section.…You can go on ahead and work with it the way it is,…I like the way it looks right now, but you can,…of course, change your design, as always.…If you go to Designs, you can go ahead and take a look…at the various other layouts…for the Features particular section.…
These are available.…And by the way, of course, under Customize Design,…if you like everything but color,…you can scroll down through here…and choose different colors for how…you'd like this page to layout, so,…there are some other options that are here for you as well.…I like what I have, so I'm going to continue on with that.…And I'm going to go to Edit, in order to start making…changes to how this is going to look.…In your exercise files folder,…you have some content that's available to you.…
So if you look in chapter two, and this is video number five…
- Creating a new website with Wix
- Choosing a theme and fonts
- Editing page content, layout, banners, images, and sections
- Adding new pages
- Integrating video and social media links
- Publishing your Wix website
Skill Level Beginner
1. Creating the Initial Site
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2. Editing Page Content
3. Advanced Features
4. Finishing Up
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