First, you’ll need to access the Bluehost Builder Editor.

To access all of the design elements, you will need to add a section.

To do this, navigate to the Page or Post you would like to add a section to.

Click the + (Add Section) icon anywhere on your page, then choose which type of element you would like to add:

  • Address – This element will show your address on a map. When you add the ‘Address’ element, you will be able to choose a template and update your address any time you need to. To update your address, click the ⚙ ‘gear’ icon.
  • Apps – The Apps element will connect your Google Calendar, SoundCloud, Mixer, Twitch, Twitch Clips etc. Simply enter the username or URL (whichever is asked for) for your profile to link your account.
  • Blog – Add the blog element to manage your website’s blog. If you have a website, you should have a blog section. You can create blog posts, edit, publish, or delete them, set blog photos, and add categories or SEO settings.
  • Business Hours – This element will display your business hours, address and/or phone number. This element is optional.
  • Call to Action – This element allows you to create a call to action to prompt your site visitors to take any action you would like them to take. You can create a call to action button that links to another page, an email opt-in form, a phone number, a file, or anything else you like.
  • Contact Form – This element to adds your contact form to your site. This is one element that you shouldn’t skip. To use the Contact Form element, click the ⚙ ‘gear’ icon to edit form fields, the email address submissions will be sent to, and the confirmation message users will see when contact submissions are successfully sent.
  • Countdown – Use the countdown element if you would like to count down to important events or deadlines.
  • Cover Image – The Cover Image element will add a cover photo for your website. Choose a template, then use the Settings tab to control what shows up on your photo and the Background tab to choose the image you would like to use.
  • Embed URL – Use this element to add an iframe. An iframe is used to insert content from another source into a web page. Use the Settings tab to customize the layout and set a URL and the Background tab to set a background for your iframe content.
  • Event – This element can be used to create an event calendar on your page. Simply, hover over the calendar item, and use the icons that appear to resize or change your images, add links or alt text. Click the Add item button to add another event to your calendar.
  • FAQ – Add this element to display FAQ’s (Frequently Asked Questions) to your web page. You should use FAQ’s throughout your website to enhance the user experience. Plus Google likes to see FAQ’s and rewards pages that use them.
  • Facebook – Use the Facebook element to choose a template to display your Facebook page (if you have one). Click the ⚙ ‘gear’ icon to pull up the Social Accounts window, and enter your Facebook page URL.
  • Gallery – This element will allow you to add a photo gallery to your post or page. Choose a template to determine how your photos will be displayed and arranged.
  • Map – The Maps element will allow you to showcase a location using a map. Click the Manage Markers button to set the map address.
  • Media/Text – Use the Media/Text element to add text or images. Choose a template to determine how your content will be displayed.
  • Menu – The Menu element will allow you to create a menu for your products or services.
  • PayPal – If you use PayPal, this element will allow you to list products linked directly to your PayPal account. Click the Add Item button to add your products. Use the Settings Tab to customize the layout and the Background Tab to set your products’ background. It’s easy.
  • Pricelist – Use this element as an overview of any pricing plans you would like to display. Click the Add Item button to add your pricing plans.
  • Products – This element will allow you to show off products or services from your store. Use the Settings Tab to customize the layout and the Background Tab to set your products’ background. Click the Add Item button to add your products or services.
  • Progress – Use this element to display your business’s progress towards any goals . Choose a template, then click the ⚙ ‘gear’ icon to set the progress percentage and appearance.
  • Promotion – This element allows you to promote a product or service with a discount or special offer.
  • Social – To add Social Media Buttons, use the Social element. Choose a template, then enter the URL or username for any social accounts you would like to display buttons for and link to.
  • Statistics – This element can be used to show statistics about your business, such as how many stars, partnerships or clients you have. Just click the Add Item button to add new statistics.
  • Store – This element can be used to add a store to your page. Please see Bluehost Website Builder – How to Add an eCommerce Store.
  • Subscribe – If you want to add a subscription option, use this element to create a form to allow your site visitors to add their email address to your mailing list.
  • Team – The Team element allows you to showcase your team members, employees or contributors. Click the Add item button to add extra team members.
  • Testimonials – Use this element to display testimonials from customers that like what you do.  Click the Add Item button to add your testimonials.
  • Text – This element will add your text. Choose a template to determine how your text content will be laid out.
  • Timeline – The Timeline element will allow you to show your site visitors a timeline of important events, like your business’s or product’s history.
  • USPs – A USP is a ‘unique selling proposition.’ Choose a template, then set information about your products or services. Click the Add Item button to add your USP to a product or service.
  • Video – Use this element to add a video to your post or page. Click the ⚙ ‘gear’ icon to set the URL of the video you want to display.

Choose a template to display your content.

Stock photos and filler text will be used as placeholders to give you an idea of where and how your content will appear.

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