When you enter the editor, you’ll find a number of different options and tools to work with. In this article, we’ll highlight the most important ones and talk about them briefly.

In this article

  • Tools and options in the editor
  • Pages
  • Content
  • View modes
  • Settings
  • Theme
  • Publish

Tools and options in the editor

These are the 6 most important options in our editor.

  1. Elements. This is where you fill your pages with content elements.
  2. Blocks. This is where you fill your pages with content blocks.
  3. Pages. At Pages you manage all the pages of your publication.
  4. View modes. This is where you fine-tune your publication for different screen sizes (desktop, tablet, and mobile), determine what you see inside the editor, and access the preview.
  5. Settings. This is where you control the settings of your publication, pages, and determine your publishing settings.
  6. Theme. This is where you set the style of the whole publication.
  7. Preview. Access the preview here.

Publish. When you’ve finished your publication, this is where you publish it to the web.

Pages

Get an overview and manage the pages of your publication here.

Read more about this in our article: Creating and managing pages.

Content

Start adding content to the page by clicking on the Blocks and Elements button in the top left of the editor. 

Read more about this in our articles: Working with blocks and Working with elements.

View modes

This is where you fine-tune your publication for different screen sizes (desktop, tablet, and mobile), determine what you see inside the editor, and access the preview.

Read more about this in our article: Using view modes.

Settings

At the settings you control the settings of your publication, pages, and determine your publishing settings.

Theme

Set the style of the whole publication in Theme. Every new element will adapt this style. 

Publish

When you’ve finished your publication, this is where you publish it to the web.

Read more about everything related to publishing in our chapter: Publish.

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