In this segment we will show you how to add content to your guides. Let's hop into it!
Once you entered the Guide Editor, you will notice there are 2 tabs on the left side. One of them is Content, the other one is Settings. We will cover the Content tab in this tutorial.
The Content Tab
The first tab will be the Content tab, where you can add your content via Blocks. If you choose a Blank Layout, this tab will be empty, and you can add new blocks by clicking on the Add New Block button in the bottom left corner of your screen.
As you click on the button, a window will pop up, with all the different block types. On the top left corner, you can sort out some block categories in case you want to find a specific type of content you want to add. Once you settle on your choice, click on the Add Block button to proceed.
For this tutorial, I added a General Block. The block can be deleted, duplicated, and renamed as you hover over the block title, and click on it.
If you want to rename it, a new window will pop up, where you can type the new name in the field.
The block order can be moved up and down if you have multiple blocks by simply hovering on the right side with your mouse and dragging it on the desired place.
Editing the Block Content
To adjust the settings, and add content within your Block, click on the middle of the block.
The screenshot below shows the options and customization settings for the given block, which is in this case the General Block I added previously.
NOTE: Each block will have different settings, depending on the block type!
For example, in the General Block, under Block Settings, you can adjust things mainly focused on the appearance, colors, and spacing.
Under Content Settings, you can edit the title, subtitle, and text, and their alignment.
When you are finished with editing the block, click on the Back to Layout button, to bring you back to the layout page, where you will see page layout made out of the blocks. From here you can add another block, or just save the changes you made, and exit the page.
In the next tutorial we will cover the Settings tab. Click on the button below to access the tutorial: