Designing Website Pages


Page Title

  • The Page Title is displayed at the top of the page and is styled differently for each theme.
  • You can enter text for the page title or leave it blank.
  • Entering a page title can be helpful for SEO purposes.

Page Design

  • Your Page Design is made up of any number of Content Rows which can contain from 1 to 4 columns, each of which can contain any number of content Elements.
  • Each content row is displayed in order from top-to-bottom on the page.
    • You can click Add Content Row to add a new row.
    • Click and drag content rows to move them up or down the page.
    • Click Delete to delete the row, including all of its contents.
  • Each row can contain from 1 to 4 columns, with the number and column spacing controlled by the column slider.
    • Drag the slider to the left for fewer columns, and to shift the column dividers to the left.
    • Drag the slider to the right for more columns, and to shift the column dividers to the right.
    • If the row contains only 1 column, that column will take up the full width of the page.
    • If the row contains 4 columns, each column will take up 1/4 of the width of the page.
  • Each column can contain any number of content elements.
    • To add a new Element, drag it from the Elements Toolbox to the column you want to add it to.
    • The column the element will be added to will highlight blue when you are holding the element over it.
    • You can drag elements up or down to change their order within the column, or drag them to another column or row.
  • To edit the settings for an element, click on Settings.
    • To remove an element, click on Delete.
  • If you are not satisfied with the changes you’ve made to the page design, click on Undo Changes.
    • This will restore the page design to what it was before you started changing it.
  • If you want to reset the page design to the default settings, click on Reset Page Design.
    • This will restore the default page design, but will attempt to preserve any Custom HTML you have entered.
    • Any settings for other elements will be lost, however.