I’m learning webflow and the way I like to learn is to deconstruct things.
So for example, the ‘container’ component is just a div block with a max width styling and responsive styling already done that has a ‘lock’ on its width properties so it can’t be altered.
I’ve been trying to deconstruct the navbar thinking that it’s just a section but it doesn’t follow the same rules? It seems to completely do what it wants and doesn’t abide by the same rules with its children as a section would?
Am I missing something?
Is the Navbar and its children more than just a pre-styled section with a bunch of link blocks inside?
P.S. Is a ‘Section’ identical to a divblock but just forced as top level ie. it can’t be nested in anything except the body, is that the only difference? Or is it ‘special’ in some other way to a divblock? (I realise it stretches across the whole site by default but a divblock could do the same with 100% width right?)