You activate the GeneratePress Page Sections Module by going to…
- Dashboard > Appearance > GeneratePress
…and clicking the “Activate” link for Sections.
Once that’s done, you’ll see a sections tab at the top right of your WordPress post editor.
To start using page sections in the page you’re editing, slide the toggle switch into the on position
Now click the big blue Add Section button.
You can add as many sections to your post or page as you need. Each section you add will be displayed as a row above the Add Section button.
If you give each section a name, you can see at a glance which section contains what content.
- Click the pencil icon to add text and images to that section.
- Click the cogwheel icon to style that section.
- It’s a good idea to name each section.
Click the pencil icon for any section and the content section opens. This is just like the WordPress post editor you see when you build any post or page. You can add text and images to that specific section using this dialogue box.
Click the cogwheel icon to change the layout and styling of that particular section.
Page Headers or page Sections?
A GeneratePress Page Header is a fancy header section that you can build and then add to the very top of any page, post, archive or blog listing page etc.
Page headers look like page sections but page headers and page sections are two different things. However, you can add a page header to a page or post you’ve built with GeneratePress sections if you wish, the choice is yours.
Look for the Page Header tab in the Layout section, it’s under the main WordPress post editor section.