You’ve probably heard of ClickFunnels. If you’ve never used the tool, you may be wondering how to move elements around on your page. Believe it or not, there are several methods that you can use to achieve this, and we’re going to discuss three of them.

The Classic Method

The first item on our agenda is the classic method. This is when you just click and drag to move objects around on the page. While this method is extremely easy to use, it also has a few limitations. First, it is very basic. Once you learn how to use it, you understand the entire process and can move anything you want, but you will not be able to add any complexity to the process without some extra steps. Second, you cannot move an element until you’ve dragged something else on the page. For example, if you want to move a headline to the top of a page, you’ll have to move the lead paragraph before it to keep the flow of the page intact.

The Modified Method

The second method we’ll discuss is the modified method. With this method, you typically would not want to move an entire section of content, such as a headline or lead paragraph. Instead, you would want to move a smaller unit of content, like a single image or a short video. The reason for this is that when you move an entire section of content, you risk breaking something else on your page, which could potentially ruin your whole design. If you’re not careful, you can end up with a broken page that you have to start from scratch. So, by moving smaller sections of content, you limit the possibility of broken links, as well as the amount of content you’re moving around.

The JavaScript Method

The final method we’ll discuss is the JavaScript method. This method is one of the more advanced methods available and is perfect for those who want to move larger sections of content, like entire blog posts or product pages. With this method, you would want to use JavaScript to identify the object you want to move and then move it with your mouse. This is a very in-depth process, but it gives you total control over your page and what you can do with it. For example, if you wanted to add a blog post to the top of a page, you would use JavaScript to find all the headlines on the page, then you would pick one at random and drag it to the top.

There are many different ways to move elements around on a page, but the key is to find the one that works best for your design and your needs. Sometimes it’s best to simply use your mouse, and other times it’s best to fully rely on JavaScript. Whatever method you use, just make sure that you’re aware of all the pros and cons so that you can select the right one for your needs.