This is a list of 40+ available content elements that can be placed on the working canvas or inside of the columns. Think of them as bricks. With those bricks, you are building your layout. Most of the content elements have options to set them click pencil icon. To save changes click save button.

Row

“Row“ is the main content element of WPBakery Page Builder  . Rows are used to divide your page into the logic blocks with columns, columns later will hold your content blocks. Rows can be divided into the layouts (eg. 1/2 + 1/2, 1/3 + 1/3 + 1/3, and so on). Your page can have an unlimited number of rows.   To change row’s position, click and drag row’s drag handler (top left row’s corner) and drag row around (vertical axis).
Param name
Description
Row stretch
Select stretching options for row and content (Note: stretched may not work properly if parent container has “overflow: hidden” CSS property).
Column gap
Set gap between columns, all columns within row will be affected by this value.
Full height row
Set row to be full height.
Note: if content will exceed screen size then row will be bigger than screen height as well.
Columns position
Set columns position for full height row – Top, Middle, Bottom.
Note: active only if “Full height row” is selected.
Equal height
Set all columns to be equal height.
Note: all columns will have same height as longest column.
Content position
Set content position within columns – Default, Top, Middle, Bottom.
Note: Default value will be used top or other if defined within theme.
Use video background
Set YouTube background for row.
YouTube link
Enter link to YouTube video to set it as row background.
Note: YouTube video will overwrite background images and can be used with parallax effect.
Parallax
Add parallax type background for row (Note: If no image is specified, parallax will use background image from Design Options).
Image
Select image from media library for parallax.
Note: active only if “Parallax” effect is chosen.
Parallax speed
Control parallax effect speed with 1.5 value set as default. For traditional parallax effect 1.0 is the minimum value.
Note: active only if Image or Video parallax effect is enabled.
Row ID
Enter row ID (Note: make sure it is unique and valid according to w3c specification).
CSS Animation
Add animation to your element.
Extra class name
Add class name in order to refer to this element in CSS.
Design Options
Control borders, background and other styling options.

Important: Row allows you build complex layouts by inserting inner row within root level row/column. Take into account that it is not allowed to insert inner row within inner row.

Column

“Columns“ are part of the row and they hold your content elements inside them. Columns can be reordered. Click and drag column around (horizontal axis). That way you can group elements in logical groups and then drag them around with your mouse (to re-position).

Param name
Description
Use video background
Set YouTube background for row.
YouTube link
Enter link to YouTube video to set it as row background.
Note: YouTube video will overwrite background images and can be used with parallax effect.
Parallax
Add parallax type background for row (Note: If no image is specified, parallax will use background image from Design Options).
Image
Select image from media library for parallax.
Note: active only if “Parallax” effect is chosen.
Parallax speed
Control parallax effect speed with 1.5 value set as default. For traditional parallax effect 1.0 is the minimum value.
Note: active only if Image or Video parallax effect is enabled.
Element ID
Add unique element ID (Note: make sure it is unique and valid according to w3c specification).
Extra class name
Add class name in order to refer to this element in CSS.
Design Options
Control borders, background and other styling options.
Width & Responsiveness
Control width, offset and visibility of element on different devices.

Section

“Section“ is root type container element that allows you to ‘group’ several rows. You can insert section into root canvas only (section element can not be inserted into any other element, including row). Section element can contain only row elements.
Param name
Description
Section stretch
Add class name in order to refer to this element in CSS.
Full height section?
Set section to be full height.
Note: if content will exceed screen size then row will be bigger than screen height as well.
Content position
Set content position within columns – Default, Top, Middle, Bottom.
Note: Default value will be used top or other if defined within theme.
Use video background?
Set YouTube background for section.
YouTube link
Enter link to YouTube video to set it as section background.
Note: YouTube video will overwrite background images and can be used with parallax effect.
Parallax
Add parallax type background for section (Note: If no image is specified, parallax will use background image from Design Options).
Image
Select image from media library for parallax.
Note: active only if “Parallax” effect is chosen.
Parallax speed
Control parallax effect speed with 1.5 value set as default. For traditional parallax effect 1.0 is the minimum value.
Note: active only if Image or Video parallax effect is enabled.
CSS Animation
Add animation to your element.
Section ID
Enter section ID (Note: make sure it is unique and valid according to w3c specification).
Disable section
Allows you to disable section (It will not be visible to the public).
Extra class name
Add class name in order to refer to this element in CSS.
Design Options
Control borders, background and other styling options.

Text Block

“Text block“ allows you to insert paragraph type text and format it using WYSIWYG editor. Moreover text block allows adding media(images and videos).
Param name
Description
Text
Add/Edit content using WYSIWYG editor TinyMCE.
CSS animations
Add animation to your element.
Element ID
Add unique element ID (Note: make sure it is unique and valid according to w3c specification).
Extra class name
Add class name in order to refer to this element in CSS.
Design Options
Control borders, background and other styling options.

Separator

“Separator“ add separator line to your page.
Param name
Description
Color
Choose color of your separator line, including Custom color chosen with Color picker or defined as RGB code.
Separator alignment
Select separator alignment.
Style
Choose line styling – solid, dotted, dashed, shadow etc.
Border
Border width in pixels.
Element width
Define line width within column in percents.
CSS Animation
Add animation to your element.
Element ID
Add unique element ID (Note: make sure it is unique and valid according to w3c specification).
Extra class name
Add class name in order to refer to this element in CSS.
Design Options
Control borders, background and other styling options.

Separator with Text

“Separator with Text“ add separator line to your page together with text which can be positioned in the centre, left or right sides of line.
Param name
Description
Title
Text which will appear on the line.
Add icon
Add icon to separator from Icon Library.
Title position
Allows positioning of your text in the centre, left or right side of the line.
Separator alignment
Select separator alignment.
Color
Choose color of your separator line, including Custom color chosen with Color picker or defined as RGB code.
Style
Choose line styling – solid, dotted, dashed, shadow etc.
Border
Border width in pixels.
Element width
Define line width within column in percents.
CSS Animation
Add animation to your element.
Element ID
Add unique element ID (Note: make sure it is unique and valid according to w3c specification).
Extra class name
Add class name in order to refer to this element in CSS.
Design Options
Control borders, background and other styling options.

ZigZag Separator

“ZigZag separator“ add separator line in form of zig zag. It uses SVG graphics to form the line and can be positioned in the centre, left or right sides of line.
Param name
Description
Separator alignment
Select separator alignment.
Color
Choose color of your separator line, including Custom color chosen with Color picker or defined as RGB code.
Element width
Define line width within column in percents.
Border width
Border width size with “Medium” as default.
CSS Animation
Add animation to your element.
Element ID
Add unique element ID (Note: make sure it is unique and valid according to w3c specification).
Extra class name
Add class name in order to refer to this element in CSS.
Design Options
Control borders, background and other styling options.

Message Box

“Message Box“ add noticeable message to your website in order to show success, error, warning etc.
Param name
Description
Message Box Presets
Select predefined message box designs or choose “Custom” for custom styling.
Style
Select message box style.
Shape
Select message box shape.
Color
Select message box color.
Icon library
Select icon library.
Icon
Select icon from library.
Message text
Add/Edit content using WYSIWYG editor TinyMCE
CSS animation
Add animation to your element.
Element ID
Add unique element ID (Note: make sure it is unique and valid according to w3c specification).
Extra class name
Add class name in order to refer to this element in CSS.
Design Options
Control borders, background and other styling options.

Facebook ‘Like’

“Facebook Like“ add social ‘Like’ button.
Param name
Description
Button type
Select type of your button from predefined layouts.
CSS Animation
Add animation to your element.
Element ID
Add unique element ID (Note: make sure it is unique and valid according to w3c specification).
Extra class name
Add class name in order to refer to this element in CSS.
Design Options
Control borders, background and other styling options.

Tweetmeme Button

“Tweetmeme button“ add default social ‘Tweet’ button.
Param name
Description
Choose a button
Select Twitter button type: Share a link, Follow, Hashtag, Mention

Depending on chosen button type align parameters for Twitter button
Language
Select Twitter button language.
CSS Animation
Add animation to your element.
Element ID
Add unique element ID (Note: make sure it is unique and valid according to w3c specification).
Extra class name
Add class name in order to refer to this element in CSS.
Design Options
Control borders, background and other styling options.

Google +

“Google+ button“ add social “Google+“ button.
Param name
Description
Button size
Select size of the button.
Annotation
Select type of annotation presented together with button.
CSS Animation
Add animation to your element.
Element ID
Add unique element ID (Note: make sure it is unique and valid according to w3c specification).
Extra class name
Add class name in order to refer to this element in CSS.
Design Options
Control borders, background and other styling options.

Pinterest

“Pinterest“ add social ‘Pinit’ button.
Param name
Description
Button layout
Select type of button layout.
CSS Animation
Add animation to your element.
Element ID
Add unique element ID (Note: make sure it is unique and valid according to w3c specification).
Extra class name
Add class name in order to refer to this element in CSS.
Design Options
Control borders, background and other styling options.

FAQ (Toggle)

“FAQ“ add collapsible toggle to your page.
Param name
Description
Toggle title
Title of toggle which will be displayed near open/collapse button.
Toggle content
Content of toggle editable using WYSIWYG editor TinyMCE.
Style
Toggle style.
Color
Toggle icon color.
Size
Toggle size.
Default state
Ability to set default state of toggle open or closed(collapsed).
Element ID
Enter toggle ID (Note: make sure it is unique and valid according to w3c specification).
CSS animation
Add animation to your element.
Extra class name
Add class name in order to refer to this element in CSS.
Design Options
Control borders, background and other styling options.

Single Image

Add simple image to your layout and style it. Add CSS animation or apply Design Options.
Param name
Description
Widget title
Title of element which will be displayed above widget.
Image source
Media Library for inserting images from Media Library;
External link for inserting link to image;
Featured image for using Featured image (if specified).
Image
Select image from media library. You can also upload images using media library.
External link
Enter direct link to external image.
Note: available if “External link” is chosen in “Image source”.
CSS animation
Add animation to your element.
Image size
Set size of your image. Set large, small etc. or set your own width x height in pixels.
Note: External images accept only pixel values.
Add caption
Add caption defined in Media Library.
Caption
Insert caption – available only for External images.
Image alignment
Set alignment of element within a column.
Image style
Set image style – choose from square, rounded, border etc.
OnClick action
Select onclick action:


  • None
  • Link to large image
  • Open prettyPhoto
  • Open custom link
  • Zoom
Image link
Enter link for onclick event.
Note: available if “Open custom link” is chosen in “OnClick action”.
Design Options
Control borders, background and other styling options.
Element ID
Add unique element ID (Note: make sure it is unique and valid according to w3c specification).
Extra class name
Add class name in order to refer to this element in CSS.

Image Gallery

Add responsive Image gallery. Choose your gallery type from Flex Slider, Nivo Slider or Image grid.
Param name
Description
Widget title
Title of element which will be displayed above widget.
Gallery type
Select gallery type from Flex Slider, Nivo Slider or Image grid.
Auto rotate slides
Select interval between auto-rotation of images or disable it.
Image source
Media Library for inserting images from Media Library;
External links for inserting link to image;
Images
Select images from media library. You can also upload images using media library.
External links
Enter direct link to external images.
Note: available if “External links” is chosen in “Image source”.
Image size
Set size of your image. Set large, small etc. or set your own width x height in pixels.
Note: External images accept only pixel values.
OnClick action
Select onclick action:


  • None
  • Link to large image
  • Open prettyPhoto
  • Open custom link
Custom links
Enter links for onclick event.
Note: available if “Open custom link” is chosen in “OnClick action”.
CSS Animation
Add animation to your element.
Design Options
Control borders, background and other styling options.
Element ID
Add unique element ID (Note: make sure it is unique and valid according to w3c specification).
Extra class name
Add class name in order to refer to this element in CSS.

Image Carousel

Add fixed size animated image carousel.
Param name
Description
Widget title
Title of element which will be displayed above widget.
Auto rotate slides
Select interval between auto-rotation of images or disable it.
Images
Select images from media library. You can also upload images using media library.
Image size
Set size of your image. Set large, small etc. or set your own width x height in pixels.
On click
Define action for onclick event if needed.
Slider mode
Slides will be positioned horizontally (for horizontal swipes) or vertically (for vertical swipes).
Slider speed
Duration of animation between slides (in ms).
Slides per view
Set numbers of slides you want to display at the same time on slider’s container for carousel mode. Supports also “auto” value, in this case it will fit slides depending on container’s width. “auto” mode isn’t compatible with loop mode.
Slider autoplay
Enables autoplay mode.
Hide pagination control
If YES pagination control will be removed.
Hide prev/next buttons
If YES prev/next control will be removed.
Partial view
If YES part of the next slide will be visible on the right side.
Slider loop
Enables loop mode.
CSS Animation
Add animation to your element.
Element ID
Add unique element ID (Note: make sure it is unique and valid according to w3c specification).
Extra class name
Add class name in order to refer to this element in CSS.
Design Options
Control borders, background and other styling options.

Pageable Container

Pageable Container is Tab based complex element which consists of inner section collections(tabs) and its structure is similar to row and column hierarchy. You can create as many inner sections within the element as you wish and then place any type of content within.
Param name
Description
Widget title
Title of element which will be displayed above widget.
Autoplay
Select auto rotate for tabs in seconds.
Note: disabled by default.
Active section
Enter active section number.
Note: to have all sections closed on initial load enter non-existing number.
Pagination style
Select pagination style.
Pagination color
Select pagination color.
Note: available only if “Pagination style” is selected.
Pagination position
Select pageable navigation position.
CSS Animation
Add animation to your element.
Element ID
Add unique element ID (Note: make sure it is unique and valid according to w3c specification).
Extra class name
Add class name in order to refer to this element in CSS.
Design Options
Control borders, background and other styling options.

Pageable Container Section

Pageable container section is an instance of Pageable Container element and controls one specific section. It is similar to principe row and column.
Param name
Description
Title
Enter section title.
Note: you can leave it empty
Section ID
Enter section ID (Note: make sure it is unique and valid according to w3c specification).
Add icon
Add icon to button from icon library.
Extra class name
Add class name in order to refer to this element in CSS.

Tabs

Tabs is a complex element which consists of inner section collections(tabs) and its structure is similar to row and column hierarchy. You can create as many inner sections within element as you wish and then place any type of content within.
Param name
Description
Widget title
Title of element which will be displayed above widget.
Style
Select tabs display style.
Shape
Select tabs shape.
Color
Select tabs color.
Do not fill content area
Do not fill content area with color.
Note: content area of tab will be transparent.
Spacing
Select tabs spacing.
Note: space between tab titles.
Gap
Select tabs gap.
Note: space between tab titles and content area.
Alignment
Select tabs section title alignment.
Autoplay
Select auto rotate for tabs in seconds.
Note: disabled by default.
Active section
Enter active section number.
Note: to have all sections closed on initial load enter non-existing number.
Pagination style
Select pagination style.
Pagination color
Select pagination color.
Note: available only if “Pagination style” is selected.
CSS Animation
Add animation to your element.
Element ID
Add unique element ID (Note: make sure it is unique and valid according to w3c specification).
Extra class name
Add class name in order to refer to this element in CSS.
Design Options
Control borders, background and other styling options.

Tabs Section

Tabs section is an instance of Tabs element and controls one specific tab/section. It is similar to principe row and column.
Param name
Description
Title
Enter section title.
Note: you can leave it empty.
Section ID
Enter section ID (Note: make sure it is unique and valid according to w3c specification).
Add icon
Add icon to button from icon library.
Extra class name
Add class name in order to refer to this element in CSS.

Tours

Tours is a complex element which consists of inner section collections and its structure is similar to row and column hierarchy. You can create as many inner sections within element as you wish and then place any type of content within.
Param name
Description
Widget title
Title of element which will be displayed above widget.
Style
Select tour display style.
Shape
Select tour shape.
Color
Select tour color.
Do not fill content area
Do not fill content area with color.
Note: content area of tour will be transparent.
Spacing
Select tour spacing.
Note: space between tour titles.
Gap
Select tour gap.
Note: space between tour titles and content area.
Position
Select tour navigation position “Left” or “Right”.
Alignment
Select section title alignment.
Navigation width
Select tour navigation width.
Autoplay
Select auto rotate for tour in seconds.
Note: disabled by default.
Active section
Enter active section number.
Note: to have all sections closed on initial load enter non-existing number.
Pagination style
Select pagination style.
Pagination color
Select pagination color.
Note: available only if “Pagination style” is selected.
CSS Animation
Add animation to your element.
Element ID
Add unique element ID (Note: make sure it is unique and valid according to w3c specification).
Extra class name
Add class name in order to refer to this element in CSS.
Design Options
Control borders, background and other styling options.

Tours Section

Tours section is an instance of Tours element and controls one specific section. It is similar to principe row and column.
Param name
Description
Title
Enter section title.
Note: you can leave it empty.
Section ID
Enter section ID (Note: make sure it is unique and valid according to w3c specification).
Add icon
Add icon to button from icon library.
Extra class name
Add class name in order to refer to this element in CSS.

Accordion

Accordion is a complex element which consists of inner section collections and its structure is similar to row and column hierarchy. You can create as many inner sections within element as you wish and then place any type of content within.
Param name
Description
Widget title
Title of element which will be displayed above widget.
Style
Select accordion display style.
Shape
Select accordion shape.
Color
Select accordion color.
Do not fill content area
Do not fill content area with color.
Note: content area of accordion will be transparent.
Spacing
Select accordion spacing.
Note: space between accordion sections, section titles and content area.
Gap
Select accordion gap.
Note: space between accordion sections.
Alignment
Select accordion section title alignment.
Autoplay
Select auto rotate for tabs in seconds.
Note: disabled by default.
Allow collapsible all
Allow collapse all accordion sections.
Icon
Select accordion navigation icon.
Position
Select accordion navigation icon position.
Active section
Enter active section number.
Note: to have all sections closed on initial load enter non-existing number.
CSS Animation
Add animation to your element.
Element ID
Add unique element ID (Note: make sure it is unique and valid according to w3c specification).
Extra class name
Add class name in order to refer to this element in CSS.
Design Options
Control borders, background and other styling options.

Accordion Section

Accordion section is an instance of Accordion element and controls one specific section. It is similar to principe row and column.
Param name
Description
Title
Enter section title.
Note: you can leave it empty.
Section ID
Enter section ID (Note: make sure it is unique and valid according to w3c specification).
Add icon
Add icon to button from icon library.
Extra class name
Add class name in order to refer to this element in CSS.

Post Grid

Add posts of your WordPress site in grid view. Choose posts type, build your own unique query and define what kind of information to display.
Param name
Tab
Description
Data source
General
Select content type for your grid.
Narrow data source
General
Enter categories, tags or custom taxonomies.
Total items
General
Set max limit for items in grid or enter -1 to display all (limited to 1000).
Display Style
General
Select display style for grid.
Show filter
General
Append filter to grid.
Grid elements per row
General
Select number of single grid elements per row.
Gap
General
Select gap between grid elements.
Include only
General
Add posts, pages, etc. by title.
Note: active only if “Data source” is set to “List of IDs”.
Custom query
General
Build custom query according to WordPress Codex.
Note: active only if “Data source” is set to “Custom query”
Items per page
General
Number of items to show per page.
Note: active only if “Display style” is set to “Load more button”, “Lazy loading” or “Paginator”.
Order by
Data settings
Select order type. If “Meta value” or “Meta value Number” is chosen then meta key is required.
Sorting
Data settings
Select sorting order.
Offset
Data settings
Number of grid elements to displace or pass over.
Exclude
Data settings
Exclude posts, pages, etc. by title.
Grid element template
Item design
Select predefined grid element template.
Note: It is allowed to create new template or modify selected. Predefined templates will be cloned.
Filter by
Filter
Select filter source.
Style
Filter
Select filter display style.
Alignment
Filter
Select filter alignment.
Color
Filter
Select filter color.
Filter size
Filter
Select filter size.
Button Text
Load more button
Enter text for “Load more” button.
Note: “Load more” will be used by default.
Button style
Load more button
Select button style.
Button shape
Load more button
Select button shape.
Button color
Load more button
Select button color.
Button size
Load more button
Select button size.
Button alignment
Load more button
Select button alignment.
Button icon
Load more button
Add icon to “Load more” button.
Arrows design
Pagination
Select design for arrows.
Arrows position
Pagination
Arrows will be displayed inside or outside grid.
Note: active only if “Arrow design” is chosen.
Arrows color
Pagination
Select color for arrows.
Note: active only if “Arrow design” is chosen.
Pagination style
Pagination
Select pagination style.
Pagination color
Pagination
Select pagination color.
Note: active only if “Pagination style” is chosen.
Loop pages?
Pagination
Allow items to be repeated in infinite loop (carousel).
Autoplay delay
Pagination
Enter value in seconds. Set -1 to disable autoplay.
Animation In
Pagination
Select “animation in” for page transition.
Animation Out
Pagination
Select “animation out” for page transition.
Design Options

Control borders, background and other styling options.

Masonry Post Grid

Add posts of your WordPress site in masonry grid view. Choose posts type, build your own unique query and define what kind of information to display.
Param name
Tab
Description
Data source
General
Select content type for your grid.
Narrow data source
General
Enter categories, tags or custom taxonomies.
Total items
General
Set max limit for items in grid or enter -1 to display all (limited to 1000).
Display Style
General
Select display style for grid.
Show filter
General
Append filter to grid.
Grid elements per row
General
Select number of single grid elements per row.
Gap
General
Select gap between grid elements.
Include only
General
Add posts, pages, etc. by title.
Note: active only if “Data source” is set to “List of IDs”
Custom query
General
Build custom query according to WordPress Codex.
Note: active only if “Data source” is set to “Custom query”
Items per page
General
Number of items to show per page.
Note: active only if “Display style” is set to “Load more button”, “Lazy loading” or “Paginator”.
Order by
Data settings
Select order type. If “Meta value” or “Meta value Number” is chosen then meta key is required.
Sorting
Data settings
Select sorting order.
Offset
Data settings
Number of grid elements to displace or pass over.
Exclude
Data settings
Exclude posts, pages, etc. by title.
Grid element template
Item design
Select predefined grid element template.
Note: It is allowed to create new template or modify selected. Predefined templates will be cloned.
Filter by
Filter
Select filter source.
Style
Filter
Select filter display style.
Alignment
Filter
Select filter alignment.
Color
Filter
Select filter color.
Filter size
Filter
Select filter size.
Button Text
Load more button
Enter text for “Load more” button.
Note: “Load more” will be used by default.
Button style
Load more button
Select button style.
Button shape
Load more button
Select button shape.
Button color
Load more button
Select button color.
Button size
Load more button
Select button size.
Button alignment
Load more button
Select button alignment.
Button icon
Load more button
Add icon to “Load more” button.
Design Options

Control borders, background and other styling options.

Media Grid

Add media from Media library to your WordPress site in grid view.
Param name
Tab
Description
Images
General
Select images from media library.
Display Style
General
Select display style for grid.
Show filter
General
Append filter to grid.
Grid elements per row
General
Select number of single grid elements per row.
Gap
General
Select gap between grid elements.
Include only
General
Add posts, pages, etc. by title.
Note: active only if “Data source” is set to “List of IDs”
Custom query
General
Build custom query according to WordPress Codex.
Note: active only if “Data source” is set to “Custom query”
Items per page
General
Number of items to show per page.
Note: active only if “Display style” is set to “Load more button”, “Lazy loading” or “Paginator”.
Grid element template
Item design
Select predefined grid element template.
Note: It is allowed to create new template or modify selected. Predefined templates will be cloned.
Filter by
Filter
Select filter source.
Style
Filter
Select filter display style.
Alignment
Filter
Select filter alignment.
Color
Filter
Select filter color.
Filter size
Filter
Select filter size.
Button Text
Load more button
Enter text for “Load more” button.
Note: “Load more” will be used by default.
Button style
Load more button
Select button style.
Button shape
Load more button
Select button shape.
Button color
Load more button
Select button color.
Button size
Load more button
Select button size.
Button alignment
Load more button
Select button alignment.
Button icon
Load more button
Add icon to “Load more” button.
Arrows design
Pagination
Select design for arrows.
Arrows position
Pagination
Arrows will be displayed inside or outside grid.
Note: active only if “Arrow design” is chosen.
Arrows color
Pagination
Select color for arrows.
Note: active only if “Arrow design” is chosen.
Pagination style
Pagination
Select pagination style.
Pagination color
Pagination
Select pagination color.
Note: active only if “Pagination style” is chosen.
Loop pages?
Pagination
Allow items to be repeated in infinite loop (carousel).
Autoplay delay
Pagination
Enter value in seconds. Set -1 to disable autoplay.
Animation In
Pagination
Select “animation in” for page transition.
Animation Out
Pagination
Select “animation out” for page transition.
Design Options

Control borders, background and other styling options.

Masonry Media Grid

Add media from Media library to your WordPress site in masonry grid view.
Param name
Tab
Description
Images
General
Select images from media library.
Display Style
General
Select display style for grid.
Show filter
General
Append filter to grid.
Grid elements per row
General
Select number of single grid elements per row.
Gap
General
Select gap between grid elements.
Include only
General
Add posts, pages, etc. by title.
Note: active only if “Data source” is set to “List of IDs”.
Custom query
General
Build custom query according to WordPress Codex.
Note: active only if “Data source” is set to “Custom query”.
Items per page
General
Number of items to show per page.
Note: active only if “Display style” is set to “Load more button”, “Lazy loading” or “Paginator”.
Grid element template
Item design
Select predefined grid element template.
Note: It is allowed to create new template or modify selected. Predefined templates will be cloned.
Filter by
Filter
Select filter source.
Style
Filter
Select filter display style.
Alignment
Filter
Select filter alignment.
Color
Filter
Select filter color.
Filter size
Filter
Select filter size.
Button Text
Load more button
Enter text for “Load more” button.
Note: “Load more” will be used by default.
Button style
Load more button
Select button style.
Button shape
Load more button
Select button shape.
Button color
Load more button
Select button color.
Button size
Load more button
Select button size.
Button alignment
Load more button
Select button alignment.
Button icon
Load more button
Add icon to “Load more” button.
Design Options

Control borders, background and other styling options.

Post Slider

Create slider from your WordPress site posts, pages or custom posts. Display featured images and take full control over their settings and styling.
Param name
Description
Widget title
Enter text used as widget title (Note: located above content element).
Slider type
Select slider type: Flex slider fade, Flex slider slide, Nivo slider.
Slider count
Enter number of slides to display (Note: Enter “All” to display all slides).
Auto rotate
Auto rotate slides each X seconds.
Post types
Select source for slider: post, page.
Description
Select source to use for description (Note: some sliders do not support it).
Link
Link type: Link to post, Link to bigger image, Open custom links, No link.
Custom links
Enter links for each slide here. Divide links with line breaks (Enter).


Note: active only if “Link” is set to “Open custom links”.

Thumbnail size
Enter thumbnail size. Example: thumbnail, medium, large, full or other sizes defined by current theme. Alternatively enter image size in pixels: 200×100 (Width x Height).
Post/Page IDs
Enter page/posts IDs to display only those records (Note: separate values by commas (,)). Use this field in conjunction with “Post types” field.
Categories
Enter categories by names to narrow output (Note: only listed categories will be displayed, divide categories with linebreak (Enter)).
Order by
Select how to sort retrieved posts. More at WordPress codex page.
Sort order
Select ascending or descending order. More at WordPress codex page.
Element ID
Add unique element ID (Note: make sure it is unique and valid according to w3c specification).
Extra class name
Add class name in order to refer to this element in CSS.
Design Options
Control borders, background and other styling options.

Witgetised Sidebar

“Widgetised Sidebar“ add widget area created before.
Param name
Description
Widget title
Title of element which will be displayed above widget.
Sidebar
Choose which widget area to output.
Element ID
Add unique element ID (Note: make sure it is unique and valid according to w3c specification).
Extra class name
Add class name in order to refer to this element in CSS.
Design Options
Control borders, background and other styling options.

Button

Add button with multiple color and styling options:


  • Modern
  • Classic
  • Flat
  • Outline
  • 3D
  • Custom
  • Outline custom
Param name
Description
Text
Text which will appear on the button.
URL (Link)
Button link.
Style
Select button display style.
Shape
Select button shape.
Color
Select color of the button.
Note: Available if “Style” is not “Custom”.
Background color
Select color for background of the button with color picker.
Note: Available if “Style” is set to “Custom”.
Text color
Select color for text on the button with color picker.
Note: Available if “Style” is set to “Custom”.
Size
Select button display size.
Alignment
Select button alignment.
Set full width button?
Set button to full width within column.
Note: Available if “Alignment” is not “Inline”.
Add icon?
Add icon to button from icon library. Control alignment of icon.
CSS Animation
Add animation to your element.
Element ID
Add unique element ID (Note: make sure it is unique and valid according to w3c specification).
Extra class name
Add class name in order to refer to this element in CSS.
Design Options
Control borders, background and other styling options.

Call to Action

Create call to action block with heading, text, button and control its styling.
Param name
Description
Heading
Enter text for heading line.
Subheading
Enter text for subheading line.
Use Custom font for Heading?
Adds option to set Custom font to Heading.
Use Custom font for Subheading?
Adds option to set Custom font to Subheading.
Text alignment
Select text alignment in “Call to Action” block.
Shape
Select call to action shape.
Style
Select call to action display style.
Color
Select color of the Call to Action.
Note: Available if “Style” is not “Custom”.
Background color
Select color for background with color picker.
Note: Available if “Style” is set to “Custom”.
Text color
Select color for text with color picker.
Note: Available if “Style” is set to “Custom”.
Text
Add/Edit text of call to action block using WYSIWYG editor TinyMCE.
Width
Select call to action width (percentage).
Add button?
Add button to Call to Action. Control position, alignment, style, color etc.
Add icon?
Add icon to Call to Action. Control position, alignment, background, color etc.
CSS animation
Add animation to your element.
Element ID
Add unique element ID (Note: make sure it is unique and valid according to w3c specification).
Extra class name
Add class name in order to refer to this element in CSS.
Design Options
Control borders, background and other styling options.

Hover Box

Add interactive hover box with image and paragraph content and active state control.
Param name
Tab
Description
Image
General
Select image from media library.
Primary title
General
Enter text for the heading line.
Use custom font?
General
Adds option to set Custom font to Heading.
Primary title alignment
General
Select alignment for the title.
Shape
General
Select hover box shape.
Width
General
Select hover box width in percentage of a parent container.
Alignment
General
Select hover box alignment in a parent container.
Reverse blocks
General
Set active side of the hover box.
CSS animation
General
Add animation to your element.
Element ID
General
Add unique element ID (Note: make sure it is unique and valid according to w3c specification).
Extra class name
General
Add class name in order to refer to this element in CSS.
Design Options
Design Options
Control borders, background and other styling options.
Hover title
Hover Block
Enter text for the hover heading line.
Use custom font?
Hover Block
Adds option to set Custom font to Hover title.
Hover title alignment
Hover Block
Select alignment for the title.
Hover text
Hover Block
Enter paragraph text for the hover block.
Background color
Hover Block
Select background color for the hover block. (Note: Select Custom to choose a color with the color picker)
Add button?
Hover Block
Adds option to set button at the bottom of the hover block.

Video Player

Insert video in your layout. Choose from multiple formats accepted by WordPress.
Param name
Description
Widget title
Title of widget which will be displayed above widget.
Video link
Link to the video. More about supported formats at WordPress codex page.
Video width
Select video width in percentage. Percentage will be calculated from the size of container (column).
Video aspect ratio
Select aspect ratio of video with 16:9 set as default.
Alignment
Control alignment of video player within container (column).
CSS Animation
Add animation to your element.
Element ID
Add unique element ID (Note: make sure it is unique and valid according to w3c specification).
Extra class name
Add class name in order to refer to this element in CSS.
Design Options
Control borders, background and other styling options.

Google Maps

Insert Google Maps within your iframe.
Param name
Description
Widget title
Title of widget which will be displayed above widget.
Map embed iframe
  1. Visit Google maps to create your map.

  2. Find location

  3. Click “Share” and make sure map is public on the web

  4. Click folder icon to reveal “Embed on my site” link

  5. Copy iframe code and paste it

Map height
Enter map height in pixels.
CSS Animation
Add animation to your element.
Element ID
Add unique element ID (Note: make sure it is unique and valid according to w3c specification).
Extra class name
Add class name in order to refer to this element in CSS.
Design Options
Control borders, background and other styling options.

Raw HTML

Insert your custom HTML content if necessary
Param name
Description
Raw HTML
Enter your HTML content.
Element ID
Add unique element ID (Note: make sure it is unique and valid according to w3c specification).
Extra class name
Add class name in order to refer to this element in CSS.
Design Options
Control borders, background and other styling options.

Raw JS

Insert your custom JS code if necessary
Param name
Description
Raw JS
Enter your JS code.
Element ID
Add unique element ID (Note: make sure it is unique and valid according to w3c specification).
Extra class name
Add class name in order to refer to this element in CSS.
Design Options
Control borders, background and other styling options.

Flickr Widget

Display your photo stream from Flickr on your WordPress site with Flickr Widget. In order to place images you will need to determine your Flickr ID – which you can retrieve here: http://idgettr.com/
Param name
Description
Widget title
Title of widget which will be displayed above widget.
Flickr ID
Enter Flickr ID.
Number of photos
Choose number of photos to display.
Type
Choose photo stream type.
Display
Choose photo display order.
CSS Animation
Add animation to your element.
Element ID
Add unique element ID (Note: make sure it is unique and valid according to w3c specification).
Extra class name
Add class name in order to refer to this element in CSS.
Design Options
Control borders, background and other styling options.

Progress Bar

Display progress bar with custom values. Style your whole progress bar or separate values according to your needs.
Param name
Description
Widget title
Title of widget which will be displayed above widget.
Units
Enter measurement units (if needed) Eg. %, px, points, etc. Graph value and unit will be appended to the graph title.
Color
Select global bar color.
Values: Label
Enter text used as title of bar.
Values: Value
Enter value of bar.
Values: Color
Select single bar background color.
Options: Add Stripes?
Add stripes to your progress bars.
Options: Add animation?
Add animation to stripes. Will be visible with striped bars.
CSS Animation
Add animation to your element.
Element ID
Add unique element ID (Note: make sure it is unique and valid according to w3c specification).
Extra class name
Add class name in order to refer to this element in CSS.
Design Options
Control borders, background and other styling options.

Pie Chart

Display pie chart with your custom value and styling parameters.
Param name
Description
Widget title
Title of widget which will be displayed above widget.
Pie value
Input graph value here. Choose range between 0 and 100.
Pie label value
Input integer value for label. If empty “Pie value” will be used.
Units
Enter measurement units (if needed) Eg. %, px, points, etc. Graph value and unit will be appended to the graph title.
Bar color
Select pie chart color.
CSS Animation
Add animation to your element.
Element ID
Add unique element ID (Note: make sure it is unique and valid according to w3c specification).
Extra class name
Add class name in order to refer to this element in CSS.
Design Options
Control borders, background and other styling options.

Round Chart

Display chart with your custom value and styling parameters in following formats:


  • Round
  • Doughnut
Param name
Description
Widget title
Title of widget which will be displayed above widget.
Design
Select type of chart from Round or Doughnut.
Style
Select chart color style.
Note: If chosen Custom then all predefined color dropdowns will be changed to color picker.
Gap
Select gap between chart values.
Outline color
Select color for gap and outline.
Custom outline color
Set custom outline color.
Note: available only when “Outline color” is set to Custom.
Show legend
Select to display legend.
Show hover values
Select to display values on hover.
Values: Title
Enter title for chart area.
Values: Value
Enter value for chart area.
Values: Color
Select color for chart area.
Animation
Select chart animation style.
CSS Animation
Add animation to your element.
Element ID
Add unique element ID (Note: make sure it is unique and valid according to w3c specification).
Extra class name
Add class name in order to refer to this element in CSS.
Design Options
Control borders, background and other styling options.

Line Chart

Display chart with your custom value and styling parameters in following formats:


  • Line
  • Vertical bar
Param name
Description
Widget title
Title of widget which will be displayed above widget.
Design
Select type of chart from Round or Doughnut.
Style
Select chart color style.
Note: If chosen Custom then all predefined color dropdowns will be changed to color picker.
Gap
Select gap between chart values.
Outline color
Select color for gap and outline.
Custom outline color
Set custom outline color.
Note: available only when “Outline color” is set to Custom.
Show legend
Select to display legend.
Show hover values
Select to display values on hover.
X-axis values
Enter values for X-axis.
Note: Separate values with semicolon.
Values: Title
Enter title for chart area.
Values: Y-axis values
Enter values for chart area Y-axis.
Note: Separate values with semicolon.
Values: Color
Select color for chart area.
Animation
Select chart animation style.
CSS Animation
Add animation to your element.
Element ID
Add unique element ID (Note: make sure it is unique and valid according to w3c specification).
Extra class name
Add class name in order to refer to this element in CSS.
Design Options
Control borders, background and other styling options.

Empty Space

Insert empty space between elements with custom height.
Param name
Description
Height
Enter empty space height.
Element ID
Add unique element ID (Note: make sure it is unique and valid according to w3c specification).
Extra class name
Add class name in order to refer to this element in CSS.
Design Options
Control borders, background and other styling options.

Custom Heading

Create custom heading with Google Fonts, choose one of predefined fonts and apply styling.


Important: If you are using non-latin characters be sure to activate them under Settings/WPBakery Page Builder/General Settings.

Param name
Description
Text
Enter your content.
Element tag
Select element tag.
Note: H1 tag is available for Custom Heading starting from version 4.7.
Text align
Select text alignment.
Font size
Select font size. By default the size defined by your theme for specific tag will be used.
Line height
Select line height to set space between lines.
Text color
Select color of your text.
Use font family from the theme
Set font family of Custom Heading to theme default.
Note: This will disable Font Family and Font Style options.
Font Family
Select Google Font family from predefined list.
Font style
Select font styling available for chosen font family. For example light, normal, bold, italic, etc.
Google Fonts preview
See how you chosen Font Family and Font style looks like.
CSS Animation
Add animation to your element.
Element ID
Add unique element ID (Note: make sure it is unique and valid according to w3c specification).
Extra class name
Add class name in order to refer to this element in CSS.
Design Options
Control borders, background and other styling options.

Icon Element

With WPBakery Page Builder you can easily add icons from following libraries:


  • Font Awesome
  • Open icons
  • Typicons
  • Entype
  • Linecons
Param name
Description
Icons source
Select icon source (Library).
Icon
Select icon from chosen Icon source (Library).
Color
Select color of your icon.
Note: Custom color is available.
Background style
Select background style for your icon (default is ‘None’).
Background color
Select color of icon’s background (only if Background style is chosen).
Note: Custom color is available.
Size
Select icon size from Mini, Small, Medium, Large, Extra Large.
Icon alignment
Select icon alignment.
URL (link)
Icon link.
CSS animation
Add animation to your element.
Element ID
Add unique element ID (Note: make sure it is unique and valid according to w3c specification).
Extra class name
Add class name in order to refer to this element in CSS.
Design Options
Control borders, background and other styling options.

Woo Elements

Starting from version 4.4.0 WPBakery Page Builder offers all Woo Commerce shortcodes automatically mapped within your ‘Add Element’ window once you have Woo Commerce and WPBakery Page Builder installed on your WordPress site.

Default Widgets of WP

With WPBakery Page Builder you can easily add all existing default WP widgets. All widgets are listed within WPBakery Page Builder element list.
Param name
Description
Widget title
Title of widget which will be displayed above widget.
Element ID
Add unique element ID (Note: make sure it is unique and valid according to w3c specification).
Extra class name
Add class name in order to refer to this element in CSS.

DEPRECATED

Button 1.0

Add button with or without icon to your layout. Control size, link and text of the button.
Param name
Description
Text on the button
Text which will appear on the button.
URL (Link)
Button link.
Color
Color of the button.
Icon
Set icon which you want to display on button. Icon is not mandatory and by default field value is ‘None’.
Size
Choose one of the predefined sizes for your button.
Extra class name
Add class name in order to refer to this element in CSS.

DEPRECATED

Button 2.0

Add button with multiple color and styling options.
Param name
Description
Text on the button
Text which will appear on the button.
URL (Link)
Button link.
Button Alignment
Select button alignment.
Style
Select predefined style of the button, including square, rounded, outline, round, etc.
Color
Color of the button.
Size
Choose one of the predefined sizes for your button.
Extra class name
Add class name in order to refer to this element in CSS.

DEPRECATED

Post Carousel

Add posts of your WordPress site in carousel view. Choose posts type, build your own unique query and define what kind of information to display.Important: do not place posts carrousel element within same type of posts. Such option will trigger infinite loop.

DEPRECATED

Call to Action 1.0

Create call to action block with text, button and control its styling.
Param name
Description
Text
Text which will appear on call to action block.
Text on the button
Text which will appear on the button.
Color
Color of the button.
Icon
Set icon which you want to display on button. Icon is not mandatory and by default field value is “None”.
Size
Choose one of the predefined sizes for your button.
Button position
Choose one of predefined button positions.
CSS animation
Add animation to your element.
Extra class name
Add class name in order to refer to this element in CSS.

DEPRECATED

Call to Action 2.0

Create call to action block with heading, text, button and control its styling.
Param name
Description
Heading first line
Text which will appear as a heading on call to action block.
Heading second line
Text which will appear as a second heading on call to action block.
CTA style
Choose styling of call to action block from round, square, etc.
Element width
Call to action element width in percents within a column.
Text align
Choose text align within call to action block.
Custom Background Color
Choose custom background color for call to action block with color picker which allow control opacity.
Promotional text
Add/Edit text of call to action block using WYSIWYG editor TinyMCE.
Text on the button
Text which will appear on the button.
URL (Link)
Button link.
Style
Select predefined style of the button, including square, rounded, outline, round, etc.
Color
Color of the button.
Size
Choose one of the predefined sizes for your button.
Button position
Choose one of predefined button positions.
CSS animation
Add animation to your element.
Extra class name
Add class name in order to refer to this element in CSS.

DEPRECATED

Tabs 1.0

“Tabs“ is a complex element which consists of inner section collections(tabs) and its structure is similar to row and column hierarchy. You can create as many inner sections within element as you wish and then place any type of content within.


Tabs and tab element has different parameters to operate with.

Tabs Parameters

Param name

Description

Widget title
Title of element which will be displayed above widget.
Auto rotate tabs
Auto rotate tabs each X seconds.
Extra class name
Add class name in order to refer to this element in CSS.

Tab Parameters

Param name

Description

Title
Title of tab which will be displayed in Tab header.
Tab ID
unique tab id which can be used within link (can not be modified).

Important: Tabs are considered as complex elements which do not allow to insert other complex elements within.

DEPRECATED

Tour 1.0

“Tour“ is a complex element which consists of inner sections(tabs) collection and its structure is similar to row and column hierarchy. You can create as many inner sections within element as you wish and then place any type of content within.


Tour and inner tab element has different parameters to operate with.

Tour Parameters

Param name

Description

Widget title
Title of element which will be displayed above widget.
Auto rotate tabs
Auto rotate tabs each X seconds.
Extra class name
Add class name in order to refer to this element in CSS.

Tab Parameters

Param name

Description

Title
Title of tab which will be displayed in Tab header.
Tab ID
unique tab id which can be used within link (can not be modified).

Important: Tour are considered as complex elements which do not allow to insert other complex elements within.

DEPRECATED

Accordion 1.0


“Accordion“ is a complex element which consists of inner sections collection and its structure is similar to row and column hierarchy. You can create as many inner sections within element as you wish and then place any type of content within.


Accordion and inner section element has different parameters to operate with.

Tour Parameters

Param name

Description

Widget title
Title of element which will be displayed above widget.
Active section
Enter section number to be active on load or enter false to collapse all sections.
Allow collapsible all
Select to allow all sections to be collapsible.
Extra class name
Add class name in order to refer to this element in CSS.

Tab Parameters

Param name

Description

Title
Title of section which will be displayed in Section header.

Important: Accordion are considered as complex elements which do not allow to insert other complex elements within.

3rd Party Plugins Support

Occasionally WPBakery Page Builder is extended with support for popular 3rd party plugins. Currently these 3rd party plugins are supported:

  1. Layer Slider
  2. Revolution Slider
  3. Contact Form 7
  4. Gravity Form
  5. Ninja Forms
  6. ACF
  7. Woo Commerce
  8. Essential Grid

After placing content element to the working canvas (page), click pencil icon to see options available for this particular content element.