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Build any layout with the Headway Grid
The Headway Grid allows you to build virtually any layout you can think of. You are no longer constrained to other limited drag and drop layout systems. Headway is beyond drag and drop.
Headway introduced the world’s first true Visual Editor for designing WordPress sites and turned the world of theme frameworks on its head. Now, with Headway 3, we’ve done it again. Not only is the Visual Editor more powerful than ever, there is an entirely new Grid Layout System to create your web page structure.
No limits with unlimited possibilities
Unlike other themes or frameworks, you are not limited by set layouts or designs. With the exclusive Headway Grid system inside the visual editor you can layout your site as you want. Not how someone else thinks it should be.
No matter if you want one column, two, three or a mixture, you can do that with the Headway Grid. Want an image rotator in place of a typical header, use a different Block. Want a widgetized footer? Use one of the widget ready blocks.
The limits of your layout are only limited by your own imagination.
Headway’s Exclusive Block System
Adding even more power to your web site building is the Headway Block System. Headway Blocks remove the limitations of traditional web site design and layout even more. With 8 standard Block types to pick from and a slew of 3rd party Blocks, Headway gives you the tools you need to build your site to meet your’s and your audiences’ needs. From header, navigation, content to a footer. With the exclusive Block System, just draw in your Blocks where you want.
Want a different layout for your home page, about page or any other page? You can do that with the Layout Selector. Want the main blog page to be different than the single post page, no problem with the Headway Layout Selector.
In a nutshell, you can edit all single item pages or you can edit a specific page or even a specific blog post. Remember, no limits.