This glossary describes key terminology about most often blocks in our themes. It's a good place to learn how to use your Lotus theme.
Static links with icons on the article page to any pages you want. You can link those blocks to any pages you want. It could be a page on your main website or a category/section/article of your Help Center.
Links to categories or sections displaying as large boxes, usually with a solid background color.
A sequential grouping of articles and sections into categories. A hierarchy is being created which helps the user navigate from bigger groups (category) to smaller ones (sections and articles).
Static links with icons at the bottom of the home page. You can link those blocks to any pages you want. It could be a page on your main website or a category/section/article of your Help Center.
Static links with icons on the home page to any pages you want. It could be a page on your main website or a category/section/article of your Help Center.
A large visual element with a background is meant to grab attention and showcase key content. Usually contains a search bar. The background can be an image or a block of color.
Provides contextual feedback messages for typical user actions with a handful of available and flexible messages.
Articles in your help center you want to draw attention to. When you promote an article, it moves to the top of the articles list within its section and has a star beside it.
Promoted articles always appear at the top of the section, regardless of the sorting option chosen. Promoted articles might also appear by default on the home page, depending on your theme.