By Stephen Walker

Adding background colors to containers, columns, and nested columns is simple in Avada, but did you know there are a number of other blocks holding these components — divs that surround these building blocks?

I put together a quick demo to highlight the containers that do not have settings, but that can be targeted with CSS.

See the demo

Originally published on November 3, 2022

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