What is it?
An Box block is a multi-purpose container that can help you structure pages.
At its simplest, you can use a Box as a container to wrap other blocks. This can speed up your workflow as you can duplicate a Box to recreate part of your page.
An Example Box
Some text just to complete the example box.
Immediately above you can see a box on the left containing a Heading, Image and Paragraph block.
On the right is a duplicate of the Box, but with styling applied. This shows how a Box can be a simple container to help build pages. However, it can also be used to style parts of your pages.
Additionally, you can use Box blocks to show and hide content when a Countdown block has expired.
What can you use it for?
You can use the box to add backgrounds and drop shadows to parts of a page.
However, left unstyled, it can be a useful container. If you want to reuse a number of blocks in different parts of the page, you only need to duplicate the box once in order to make a copy of all the contents.
Things you need to know
This is quite a simple block with no special information to be aware of.
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