Editing row properties:

When editing the properties of a row, you are editing everything within its structure

As shown in the image below, the structure of a row includes the entire section - text separator, borders, etc. Here, the selected row structure is highlighted in a blue rectangle.

When you click on a row structure, the row properties menu will show up on the right side of the page.

For example, if you change the row's background color, it will change the entire row color, including its margins.

Editing element properties:

You can also edit the properties of the elements inside a row. To do this, click on the element directly.

In the same way as rows, the element properties menu will show up on the right side of the page.

Here, you can edit the size of an image, the webpage (URL) it leads to when clicked on, the alignment, etc. These modifications will apply only to that image rather than to the entire row.

In some cases, you can add a background color or image to a specific element (text, button, form) without adding it to the entire row. For example, you could attribute a background image to a row and a separate background color to an element.

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