By Stephen Walker

As a result of testing a variety of builders, I have run across some really nice demo layouts and components that can be implemented within these tools. These are very similar to the Avada demo websites, but in some cases far more current. Even though Avada may not feature these, most, if not all, can be replicated using Avada. To that end I am creating a new section of my site dedicated to duplicating the layouts I like. This is similar to the challenges section and I suspect I will start refreshing some of those and moving them under the layouts when they are feature complete.

The first layout is a creative design homepage that I first encountered testing 

Originally published on April 10, 2021

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