Page sections are the foundation of Unbounce landing pages. Each page must have at least one page section, within which you place your other page elements.
The purpose of page sections is to allow you to break up your page into separate areas (header, banner area, main content area, footer). Page sections can be stretched to increase their height - automatically moving the section below.
If you have a page with repetitive content, you can create one block of content within a page section, then you can duplicate the entire page section to add your next block of content to the page.
Our templates are already split up into a series of page sections. If you open up the left-hand inspection panel you will see how the content of the page is broken up into sections and which content is contained within each section.
Notice how each section or content element is named appropriately. Like layers in photoshop you can double-click them to rename the elements for better organization.
In this example, the Logo Header, Headline, and Features and Form are page sections, which contain other components like text, boxes, images, and forms.
Page sections can be duplicated, or moved up and down using the controls in the editor toolbar.
When you add a new page section it starts at the bottom of the page - click the "Move Up" button to move it up the page to where you'd like it to appear.