In this Leiout tutorial, you will learn the basics about the website builder mode. We will discuss different settings, containers, and elements found in the builder.
All of the layout containers, elements, and settings can be found on the left hand side of the builder screen.
In layouts, you will find the different page containers. There are sections, rows, columns, and column groups. Sections are the largest containers. Rows can only go in sections and columns can be placed in rows. You can add these containers by dragging and dropping them on the page.
As you drag and drop a new section, a green pattern will appear showing you where you are putting it. You can tell where your containers divide by locating the grey handles on the top of the sections and on the sides of the rows. There are gold handles on the tops of the columns. The containers can be dragged to different parts of the page or over to the trash.
In an empty column, you will see a paisley pattern indicating that it is empty.
The elements option on the left hand sidebar shows you all of the different page elements that can be dragged and dropped into columns.
If you want to see what your page looks like to a user, you an either view a preview or live version (found under settings in the left hand sidebar). When you are done creating your page, you will publish it using the publish wizard.
This is a basic explanation of the builder mode of Leiout.
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