Similar to carousels, 'card sliders' are a great way to showcase images and copy together on an 'information card'. Complete with a CTA (call to action) button you can get creative with displaying services, product categories, or even recipes like we've demonstrated in the preview below... Delicious.
👍🏽 Adding a card slider
From the top menu bar, click on the Add Menu (
Search for and select 'Card Slider'
Click and drag the element onto your canvas
Uploading an Image
Double-click the Cardslider
In the Icon field, click the pen
Select Add image or choose an image from one of our free stock images libraries
Adding a New Card
Double-click the Card Slider
Click the + button at the bottom of the pop-up
Navigate through the cards to customize the text and images.
🎨 Styling a card slider
IM: Change the Image Banner background
TE: Change the Text Container background
Link: Change the link background
Title: Style the title
Subtitle: Style the subtitle
Body: Style the body text
Link: Style the bottom link
BO: Style the bottom link on hover
Navigation Arrows: Change the arrow's color (If enabled)
Margin: Add margin to the body and link
Padding: Add padding to both the text container and link
Border: Set a border color, opacity, and line weight for the card, link, and bottom link
Border Radius: Curve the radius of the border of the card and link
Effects: Add different types of shadows or blur effects to the card and link. Learn more about effects
Transform: Change the image banner height
Set custom shape: Replace the default icon with a shape or a custom SVG.
Set custom image: Replace the default icon with an image.
⚙️ Configuration options
Once you've added the Card slider to your canvas, there are a variety of configuration options, including titles, sub-titles and CTA actions.
To start, double-click the Card slider to open the configuration options.
Image for the card item
Custom image size
Sets the height of the image to a custom value. Width is automatically scaled to maintain the image aspect ratio.
The top-most text in the text group.
The second line of text in the text group.
The third text element in the text group.
The UI text for the link button.
The destination where the user will be directed upon clicking the link.
Horizontal image alignment
The left-to-right alignment of the image.
Show or hide the left/right arrows which can be used for navigating through the card slider.