Let's Add Some Services!

Before you mentioned that in 2017 you were going to have some new services to add to your additional services page.

In this tutorial I am going to teach you how to add a service and make it look just like it would if I were to add it! You ready?  

First you will obviously go to the Pages section and click to edit the Additional Services Page.  

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Now that your able to start editing, you will go to where you want to add your text. I don't know if you have ever noticed this, but when you hover your mouse over the side of the content area you will see a little teardrop appear with a line extending our from it. When your adding something to a normal page, or a post you will want he line to extend across the entire content area, but for this you only want it to span he length of the column that you are adding to. It should look like the image below.

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Once you get the line where you want it you will click the tear drop to add something. it will then look like this! 

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You will want to start with a line box to divide the two services.  To find the line you just scroll down a little in the block options. 

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After your line you will want to follow the same process, but choose the text option this time. This is where you are going to type in your service and it's price.  

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Once you have that bit of text there I want you to highlight it. You will then change the font that the text is in by clicking the little arrow next to normal in the text options. You will select Heading 2 and this will put the font in navy blue Georgia font. in the image below you will see that I accidentally took a picture where I centered it, but you will leave it left aligned. 

Now it's time to add in another text block so that you can add in the service description.

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You will follow all of the same steps for this as when you added he title, only this time you won't change the font category like you did above. 

See, that was easy! Now you know hoe to add a service to your page, and you can do so many things with the block options. This is really just the tip of the iceberg!