Elements

(Dynamic)


Dynamic elements automatically pull content in from other places (like a feed of blog posts).

In many cases, you can use CSS classes like .bg-dark, .larger or .invert to quickly modify the appearance of many of these sections. To learn more about available classes, visit your Style Guide.

Looking for more elements?
Visit your static elements library.

⚡️ Quick Tip

How to use classes in the page builder

All page builder elements, from rows, to columns, to modules, allow you to assign custom CSS classes to manipulate their appearance in a predefined way. We have indicated when this is the case with any of the elements below.

To assign a class to an element:

  1. Open the Row, Column, or Module settings.
  2. Click the "Advanced" tab.
  3. Scroll to the bottom.
  4. Enter your desired class in the "Classes" field. (To add multiple classes, separate them with a space.)
  5. Hit "Save"

Bonus: You can add the class invert to any element to create inverted text (like this!)

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Feeds

Feed - Featured Post

Tip: You can also use these items as one-offs (displayed without a feed) to highlight just one piece of content.

Feed - Featured Event

Tip: You can also use these items as one-offs (displayed without a feed) to highlight just one piece of content.

Feed - Featured Resources

Featured Resources

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2024
The President’s Prose: Inside, Outside, Upside Down

By Scott R. Sheehan, NAfME National President 2022-2024 This article first appeared in the September 2022 issue of Music Educators Journal. Welcome to what may be the most meaningful and…

2024
Grateful Reflections

By Mackie V. Spradley, NAfME National President 2020-2022 This article first appeared in the June 2022 issue of Music Educators Journal. I feel certain that every NAfME president approaches their…

Jazz Appreciation Month

Jazz Appreciation Month The Smithsonian Museum of American History created Jazz Appreciation Month (JAM) in 2001 to recognize and celebrate the extraordinary heritage and history of jazz for the entire…

2023
Consider a Career in Music Education

Want to teach music? NAfME is here for you every step of the way! This informative flyer for teachers, parents, administrators, and students shares the rewards of a career in…

Grids

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2024 Collegiate Kickoff Week
2024 Collegiate Kickoff Week
NAfME logo header
2025 NAfME Northwest Division Conference
Advocate! Elevate! Celebrate!
2025 NAfME Eastern Division Conference
Rachel Sorenson
Rachel A. Sorenson
Kennesaw State University
Kennesaw, Georgia
Andrew Goodrich
School of Music, Boston University
Boston, Massachusetts
Phillip Payne
Phillip D. Payne
 Kansas State University
Manhattan, Kansas
Angelica Brooks
Angelica Brooks
National Executive Board Member

NAfME

Anne Fennell Portrait
Anne M. Fennell
Western Division President-Elect

NAfME

Clay Blackman Headshot
Clay H. Blackman
North Central Division President-Elect

NAfME

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Tip: Use this as a base for creating your own grid layouts. The partial is already prepped.

NAfME AI Task Force

The latest breakthrough advancement in technology, Artificial Intelligence (AI), has the potential to significantly transform the landscape of music education. As new technology becomes integrated into school systems, it’s important…

Music Teacher Profession Advisory Committee

The work of the Music Teacher Profession Initiative (MTPI), begun in January 2021, has brought attention to the importance of music teacher education as a primary responsibility of the National…

Teaching Music Magazine Advisory Committee

Teaching Music Magazine is the NAfME publication for all members at all teaching levels and in all areas. Membership includes four issues per year, distributed both in print and digitally. …

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A Look Back at NAfME Hill Day 2024

A Look Back at Hill Day 2024 By Zachary Keita, NAfME Advocacy and Public Policy Communications Manager On June 12, music education advocates met in the heart of Washington, DC, for…

NAfME Federal Appropriations Update for Fiscal Year 2025

NAfME Federal Appropriations Update for Fiscal Year 2025 By Zachary Keita, NAfME Advocacy and Public Policy Communications Manager Updated July 11, 2024 The release of the Biden Administration’s Fiscal Year 2025…

Deborah A. Confredo Begins Term as NAfME National President, 2024–2026

Deborah A. Confredo Begins Term as National Association for Music Education National President, 2024–2026 HERNDON, VA (July 9, 2024)—On June 4, 2024, the National Association for Music Education (NAfME) welcomed…