From the official GRAV documentation:
The concept of Modular Pages is a little tricky to get your head around at first, but when you do you'll see how convenient they are to use. A Modular Page is a collection of pages stacked on top of each other to create a unified, single page. This lets you create a complex page-structure by using the LEGO building-brick-approach, and who doesn't love LEGO?!
Adding a modular to our parent.
We will now add a modular using the relatively unopionated Content modular, mainly used for text, embedding stuff (images, videos) and using shortcodes.
From the Page section or from inside any page...
- Click on the small arrow pointing down next to the +Add button (top right) and select Modular.
- Give it a title (folder name will fill automatically).
- Page: choose the the previously created page as a target.
- Modular Template: Select Content.
- Click Continue.
- Just like when creating the page, you should save (top-right or ctrl+s).
- Add some content and go check out your page!
Hotdoy Theme twist on modular
This here theme adds a small twist to modular foundation by adding color theme and spacing controls on all of them. If you head to the Options tab in a modular you'll see pretty much this...