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Best way to tackle this home page layout

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tomfromlondon1000

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Hello everyone, this is my first post and I am a complete newb to Elementor!

I have designed a website layout in Adobe XD, and so far have managed to make the header NAV bar. I am struggling to create the middle section. I am familiar with sections, columns and inner sections - but I don't know the best way to get the yellow blocks behind the "Excellence through horsemanship" in an independent way that anchors to the text. I'm sorry if that is not the correct terminology.

If anyone has any suggestions on how best to build this please let me know.

Thank you!

Tom
 

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shaunm

shaunm

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Hi Tom,

Go to the Headline widget, where you have the copy, add <mark> to the beginning and </mark> to the end of the text. Next, go to the advanced tab and in the CSS add the following, replacing the color I have (#123456) with the color you want to highlight the text as. That should do the trick.

Shaun

Code:
selector mark {
    background-color: #123456;
}
 
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tomfromlondon1000

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Hi Tom,

Go to the Headline widget, where you have the copy, add <mark> to the beginning and </mark> to the end of the text. Next, go to the advanced tab and in the CSS add the following, replacing the color I have (#123456) with the color you want to highlight the text as. That should do the trick.

Shaun

Code:
selector mark {
    background-color: #123456;
}
thanks so much!
 

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