Use the Layout tab to view a schematic representation of the page layout. Each layout contains zones (such as the header zone, main zone, and footer zone). The zones available, and their default contents, depend on the master layout associated with the page and the layout settings applied. The Basic layout, for example, contains three zones: the Header zone (left), the Header zone (right), and the Main zone.

A zone is a container for page components, which represent content shown on a page. A zone can contain many components.

Page zones

Each zone has the following options:

  • Plus icon Component - to add a component to the zone.

  • Plus icon Row - to add a row to the zone.

  • - to drag a component to a new location.

  • - to change row settings, column layout, and content alignment.

  • Copy icon - to create a new section within the same zone that is an exact copy of the layout settings. All values in the original layout are copied over.

  • Celete icon - to remove a row.

If the master layout includes zones that contain rows, those rows will be present on the page by default.

For each component, there are three additional options:

  • preview icon - to show or hide a component.

  • System settings icon - to lock the component settings and use the sytem values.

  • Custom settings icon - to specify custom component settings.

  • More options icon - to edit, duplicate, or remove a component, or to open the component settings dialog box.

To modify a page's layout:

  1. On the menu bar, click Manage cog icon.

  2. On the Manage page, click Pages.

  3. On the Pages page, in the left pane, select the page you want to configure.

  4. Click the Layout tab and update the layout as required.

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