In the left elements panel, under the Widgets category, you will find a couple of widgets that allow you to create these kind of components.
Try the FAQ widget, and also the Tabs widgets.Deb commented
I would like to see this too including the ability to fix the position of a menu (vertical or horizontal) either to the browser or in anywhere in the window as the rest of the main content scrolls.
We’re happy to announce that you now have the ability to add your own code to any section (including the “Head” section) of your Webydo sites.
You may add and edit the code in all the site’s sections in order to have full control of your site, and to be able to easily embed widgets that need code to be added to different sections of a page.
You may also add code to your site’s CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) document, if you wish to do so.
In order to add/edit code, in the studio, click on the “Pages” link on the top menu. Next to each of your site’s pages, you will find the “Add Code” option.
Hope you like it :)
7 votesDeb commented
Totally agree. I just started giving webydo a whirl and would like to create more fluid containers.
We have just finished the production process of the “Pin Position” feature!
It will allow you to keep your most important elements on the screen when scrolling through your website.
After you pin the position of an element, it will appear as if it is “floating” on the site.
From fixed menus to headers and side bars, there are endless inspiring examples of how to use fixed elements.
So please check it out, and tell us how it feels.
We hope you like it!