Go into the Spark Editor, and click on 'Add New Block'.
Find the Spark Creator and click on the 'Add Block' button.
Once you have the block added, select the block and start editing and adding content. First thing you will notice is that there are the 2 tabs, Block Settings and Content.
In the Block Settings, you can adjust things like Background, Overlay, Spacing, Responsiveness, Display None (Click on the device size to hide the block), Borders, and advanced CSS.
The Content tab is the place where you add your content. But first, you will need to add a new row by selecting 'Add New Row'. (you can have multiple Rows in a Block)
Rows act the same way Blocks in its basic functions. You can delete, duplicate, rename, and re-order.
As you create a row, it will have a Row Settings and Columns tab.
Settings have the same options that you can adjust for the Block settings, with few exceptions like 'Container', 'Alignment', and more:
Collapse the 'Columns' tab and select 'Add Columns' button to add a new column.
You will be offered layout choices which you can choose from.
Once you choose a layout, you can add, edit, delete, and duplicate columns.
When you edit the Column, it will have a Column Settings tab and a Content tab.
Column Settings have the same options as Block and Row settings, with the exceptions shown below:
Under the Content you will have different widgets to add, starting from Text Widgets, Image, Button, to some of more complex widgets like Video, Map, Lead Forms, etc.
Each widget will be different in terms of their customization options. Also, each widget will have 2 tabs same as for the previous elements:
These options also vary depending on the widget type.