Creating a Builder Layout

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==Settings==
 
==Settings==
  
Just add the name of your layout, like Home. Next is the width of the layout in pixels. You can either select from the built-in presets or use a custom width. Typically, a wider width is for more complex layouts that have multiple sidebars while a more narrow width is for more minimalistic layouts, such as those that don't include sidebars.
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The first section of the page is for '''Layout Settings'''.
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*'''Name''' - The name helps identify this Layout's widget areas. Choose a short, descriptive name.
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*'''Width''' - The width determines how wide the Layout is (in pixels). You can either select from the built-in presets or use a custom width. Typically, a wider width is for more complex layouts that have multiple sidebars while a more narrow width is for more minimalistic layouts, such as those that don't include sidebars
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'''Extension''' - [[Builder_Extensions:_Introduction|Extension ]] can provide additional code that changes the content, provides additional features or modifies the styling of the Layout.
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'''Hide Widget Areas''' - Use this option to the widget areas in this Layout from the '''Appearance > Widgets''' page.
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==Design==
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In start building a layout, click '''Add module'''.
  
 
==Video: Creating Builder Layouts==
 
==Video: Creating Builder Layouts==

Revision as of 16:07, July 19, 2013

To create a Layout, expand the Builder menu in the WordPress dashboard and click Layouts and Views. From here, click the Create Layout button.


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Contents

The Add New Layout Page

Here, you'll see the Add New Layout Page.


Add-new-layout.png


Settings

The first section of the page is for Layout Settings.

  • Name - The name helps identify this Layout's widget areas. Choose a short, descriptive name.
  • Width - The width determines how wide the Layout is (in pixels). You can either select from the built-in presets or use a custom width. Typically, a wider width is for more complex layouts that have multiple sidebars while a more narrow width is for more minimalistic layouts, such as those that don't include sidebars

Extension - Extension can provide additional code that changes the content, provides additional features or modifies the styling of the Layout. Hide Widget Areas - Use this option to the widget areas in this Layout from the Appearance > Widgets page.

Design

In start building a layout, click Add module.

Video: Creating Builder Layouts

Creating Builder Layouts


See also


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