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[Resolved] How do you build a homepage like this?

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Home Forums Support How do you build a homepage like this?

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  • #241671
    sl3439gdlc39

    Check: http://backlinko.com/

    How do you do this?
    – image on the left (background, grid?)
    – text on the left for call to action
    – form/signup button under that

    and how to make it look so this scales down to mobile?

    #241675
    dasigna

    … take generatepress & elementor page builder πŸ™‚

    more serious:
    first of all pick up inspector tools of e.g. firefox or chrome and see what happens on that site – by that you’ll get an idea what you might have to do!
    then GP and elementor provides you with nearly all possibilities to achieve that.
    header option within gp for the big thing at the top, or elementor with some tweaks (assume wont go without some) – several threads here provides you with almost everything vo’ll need for that. only thing you have to do is search :-).
    most things will be served without custom css or stuff, maybe ask again when facing some in direct.

    besides: while fiddling uot that case, you might learn more than you expect! πŸ™‚
    not that hard – just try out.

    #241730
    Tom
    Lead Developer
    Lead Developer

    Yea, a Page Builder is your best bet in a case like this. A little too complicated to explain everything using custom HTML through the forum πŸ™‚

    #241768
    Jono

    You could make a very reasonable facsimile of many of the elements on that page, using Lightweight Grid Columns and some HTML / CSS knowledge.

    #242115
    sl3439gdlc39

    Thanks for the advice. Getting there using grids.

    #242177
    Tom
    Lead Developer
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