The Use the Text Editor module to add a block of text. The Text Editor module uses an instance of the standard WordPress editor. The difference is that you have more control in positioning the text on the page.
You can add headings images, and make simple changes to text formatting, just as you do in the standard WordPress editor. module lets you insert an individual photo from your WordPress Media Library or a custom URL.
Click and drag the Text Editor Module onto the page...
You can style text within the text editor itself, but on the Style tab that are a number of settings that apply to the entire body of text, such as text color, font settings, and horizontal alignment, making it easy to set and change options that apply to the entire module.
The default color is usually specified in the theme, but you can choose a custom color here.
Next to the Typography heading there's an icon for responsive settings. Click this icon to add different settings for medium and small devices. If you don't add settings for each device size, the settings for the desktop will apply to all.
The Typography section has the following subsections:
Set the font family here: a system font or any of the Google fonts.
If you chose a system font in Family, you can choose Light, Normal, or Bold in the Weight field. If you choose a Google font, the Weight field lists any of the styles included with that font.
Choose the font size, with px, em, rem, or vw as the unit of measurement. If this field is empty, the default setting is used.
Set the amount of space used for lines of text. Specify a number value and a unit of measurement. The dash value in the units list, shown in the screenshot below, means a unitless value, which means the number value is multiplied by the element's font size. In most cases this is the preferred way to set line height, but you can also choose px or em. If this field is empty, the default line height is used.
Select one of the icons to align the text to the left, center or right. The buttons in this setting are toggles. If no button is selected, the default alignment is used.
Controls the horizontal spacing between letters, in pixels.
Allows you to change the case of the text string without retyping. It corresponds to the CSS text-transform property. The choices are, from left to right: Normal (as typed), capitalize the first letter of every word, convert all letters to uppercase, and convert all letters to lowercase.
The choices are Default (whatever decoration is already set in the CSS for that element), None (which overrides any default decoration), Underline, Overline, and Line through.
This setting corresponds to the font-style property and is used for italic and oblique settings. The Style field offers the choices of Default (whatever style is inherited), None (font is regular, meaning upright, not italic or oblique), Italic, or Oblique.
This field offers the choices of Default (whatever style is inherited), None (font is regular, meaning upright, overriding any inherited variant setting), or Small caps. The difference between Small caps and the Transform field's Uppercase is that Small caps uses larger letters for letters that are capitalized in the original text, whereas Uppercase uses capital letters of uniformly equal height. The Small caps effect is shown in the animation below.
A text shadow effect adds a shadow behind the text, letting you control the shadow color, direction of offset ( X is horizontal, Y is vertical), and blur, as shown in the following screenshot, in which the shadow is moved to the right and down with enough blur to preserve the shadow on individual letters but not make the background shape distinct.
The Advanced tab offers nearly identical settings on all Drag & Drop Editor rows, columns, and modules.
For rows and columns, you can change the default margin and padding values. For modules, you can change the default margin values only.
In the Breakpoint field, you can set the row, column, or module to display or hide based on device size. In the Display field, you can choose to display the row, column, or module always, never, or only to logged-in or logged-out users.
You can assign an entrance animation, which activates the first time the page is loaded and the row, column, or module comes into view. The default is None. If you choose an entrance animation, set the delay (how long before the animation starts, in seconds) and a duration (how long the animation lasts, in seconds.).
HTML Element section
You can choose a different HTML container element for the row, column, or module (advanced users only). For example, for reasons of accessibility you might want to use an HTML container tag that has more semantic value than a <div tag, such as <section>.
Add a CSS ID or class value to the row, column, or module. ID names must be unique on a page, so assign an ID only when you need to reference that unique ID. For example, a link to an anchor on the page requires a unique anchor so it know exactly where to go. Class names are usually intended for reuse and are often used in CSS rules. For example, you might want to assign a different text size to all HTML headings with an fl-heading class.
Click the arrow in the upper left corner from within the Drag & Drop Editor to access the Tools Menu
Publishes the layout without closing the Drag & Drop Editor.
This allows you to save the current layout as a template that can be used on other pages or posts.
Copies the entire page and all metadata from the back end, including Yoast SEO data. Creates and opens a new page or post with "copy" in the title.
Opens a preview screen, where you can preview as a small, medium, or large device. Click Continue editing to return to the Drag & Drop editing screen.
Edit your layout directly in a medium or small device view. Click Exit to return to large screen editing.
Display the previously published revisions available to revert to. The number of revisions available is displayed in brackets. This menu item uses the core WordPress revision feature but makes it more convenient to view and access revisions. See this article for more information.
Change UI brightness
This option is a toggle that changes the UI skin from light (default) to dark and back.
Choosing this option opens a submenu with shortcuts to get to popular spots in the WordPress admin by opening a new browser tab.