Before you starting editing your site, we recommend you spend a few minutes exploring the general structure of a site built with the editor. Every site is built out of rows—the first row is the header, the last row is the footer, and in between you can add as many additional rows for your content as you need. Rows are the basic containers for the next important element: columns. Each row can contain up to four columns, but at least one. In these columns, you can add and edit widgets, such as text, images, contact forms, and so on. Essentially, your content widgets are arranged in columns, and these columns are arranged in rows.
We recommend trying some dragging and dropping to get started: Open a page in the editor and select a widget with your mouse. Drag it around and hover over another column, row, or to wherever you want to place the widget. You will see that there will be different areas highlighted, in which you can drop the widget (in the same column, in another column, or as a new row).
It is important to know that you can click any of your site widgets to edit them. There is no need to click a save button as the editor constantly saves your changes while you work.
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