This article will cover how add a Bullet List (Image) to your page. A Bullet List (Image) is bulleted list where you can choose what image you want to use for the list. Whether it is Check Marks, X's or any other image you could think of using.

First Add A New Section

You can add a new section by either clicking Add New Section on the page, or going into the Sections tab on the right side toolbar and clicking Add New Section.

Next Add Row and Container

Once you have a Section, you will need to add a Row and Container. The container allows you to separate elements across a single row with different widths.

Add The Bullet List (Image) Element

Once you have the Row and Container, you will be able to add the element. Click Add Element and choose Bullet List (Image).

Set Up Your Bullet List (Image)

The next step is to set up your Bullet List (Image) according to the images and colors you want displayed on your bulleted list.

Element Name -- Add a name for your element.

Element ID -- Unique id for for custom CSS.

Margin Top -- Add space on the top of your element.

Color -- The color of normal text for each bullet.

Bold Color -- The color of bolded text for each bullet.

Icon Image URL --The image used for each bullet. You can either link to an image or upload one by clicking the "+" symbol. It should be 32


The styles section will allow you to adjust the font and appearance of the text for your bulleted list.

Size -- The font size of your bullet text.

Icon Size -- Allows you to show or hide the bullets on your list.

Font -- The font of the text in our list.

Bottom Border -- Displays a dividing line between bullet points. None, Dark Solid, Dark Dashed, Light Solid, Light Dashed


Animations allow you to draw attention to different elements on your page through movements and fades.

Animation -- Choose the different animation settings. Please check the article on "Animations" for more information on animations.

Write Your Bullets

Once you have your display settings in place, it is time to write your bullets. As you write, each new line will create a new bullet. When you bold parts, not only will it display bold, but the text color will also change to what you have in the settings.

Congratulations, you now have set up a Bullet List (Image) on your page.

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