Layout Blocks

Table Block

Table blocks can be used to represent data. They can include header or footer rows and have sortable columns. Table blocks can contain text or inline images and their content can be aligned to the left, right or center. By default, table blocks are plain but can be made striped if desired.

HeaderHeaderHeaderHeaderHeader
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Table data.Table data.Table data.Table data.Table data.
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An inline image.
Table data.Table data.
Table data.Table data.Table data.Table data.Table data.
FooterFooterFooterFooterFooter

To learn more about using table blocks, please see this CAEN Knowledge Base article.

Group Block

The group block can be used to combine other blocks into a single container. This is useful for organizing blocks of content on a page or giving a group of blocks the same background or text color. It is also useful for moving multiple blocks around a page as a unit. Additionally, group blocks can be used to create reusable blocks which can be saved and used as repeated elements on a page.


To learn more about using group blocks, please see this CAEN Knowledge Base article.

Column Block

Column blocks can be used to add content that may have a layout different from the main layout to a page. They can contain other blocks of any type.

Column 1

Column 2

2 equal width columns

Anywhere between 2 and 6 columns of varying width ratios can be created.

Column 1

Column 2

Column 3

3 columns with a 25/50/25 ratio

Additionally, column blocks can be placed inside column blocks to create more complex layouts.

Column 1

Column 2A

Column 2B

2 equal width columns with 2 additional equal width columns nested in the second


To learn more about using column blocks, please see this CAEN Knowledge Base article.

Advanced Column Block

Similarly to column blocks, advanced column blocks can be used to implement custom layouts. While column blocks are better suited to more specific content within a page, advanced column blocks can be used to give whole sections, or even the whole page a custom layout. They are fully responsive and are available in various presets. Advanced column blocks have margins, paddings and column spacings that can be adjusted. They can be given a background color or image and can be set so that all text in the block uses a custom color.

Menu item

Menu item

Menu item

Menu item

Menu item

Menu item

A Heading For Your Page

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Curabitur sodales arcu consequat erat imperdiet porttitor.

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Curabitur sodales arcu consequat erat imperdiet porttitor. Praesent commodo, eros id maximus semper, lectus lorem interdum urna, at rutrum nisi justo eget.

Ut tincidunt lobortis est sit amet sollicitudin. Aenean mollis arcu cursus, finibus nisi sit amet, scelerisque diam. In vestibulum feugiat interdum. Suspendisse potenti. Integer consectetur euismod dui a bibendum. Quisque.

A sample page created using advanced columns for its layout. The block sections on this page are a great example of advanced column blocks, featuring custom margins, paddings, and background colors.


To learn more about using column blocks, please see this CAEN Knowledge Base article.

Separator Block

The separator block can be used to add a horizontal line divider to a page. This can be useful when trying to separate blocks of content. It is available in 3 different styles and its color can be customized as desired.


A full-width separator block


A dotted separator block


To learn more about using Separator column blocks, please see this article.

Spacer Block

There are two spacer blocks available. Both can be used to add whitespace between any other blocks on a page, and have fully customizable heights. One of them, however, can also be applied with or without a divider in its center. This accompanying divider is available in 3 different styles (dashed, dotted, and solid) and its height and color can also be varied.

Some text, separated by a spacer block without a divider.


Some text, separated by a spacer block with a thin, solid divider.


To learn more about using Spacer column blocks, please see this article.

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