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ProFusion WEBBUILDER editor is an easy-to-use tool for creating websites. Instead of developing a concept and design from scratch, you can create/manage a site with just a few clicks with the help of pre-made content blocks. The use of the ready-made blocks minimizes the possibility of a design error and also significantly saves you time on site development.
This article will show you the basic actions with your site blocks, how to work with your site elements, edit your text, and add your images.
Once you have opened your site's editor, you can see a toolbar at the top where the elements of navigation within your site editor are gathered:
Upon clicking on the tabs and links, you will be able to navigate within your site's editor settings. Here is a brief note about the top editor panel:
(1) My websites. This is a quick link back to your account's page.(2) Site settings - this drop down's options will take you away from the editor to the chosen section of the site's setting.(3) Page management menu. Here you will find a button leading to the settings of the main site blocks, list of your site pages, pop-ups and your site style settings.Please note that the pages that are displayed here are visible solely in the editor and are not accessible to visitors until you link them to your site menu or other elements. To open the editing mode of a particular page, click on that page's tab in the DROPDOWN list.(4) Quick navigation drop-down. It is another place for getting quickly to another page of your site.(5) Undo and Redo buttons. They are to help you to quickly discard (or bring back, if needed) a change you have just made in the editor. This will work only for the current session in the editor. To undo your site modifications made earlier than within this session and to restore a previous version of your site, we recommend using your site history (see below).(6) Autosave status. This section lets you know that all changes you have made so far are safe now.(7) Preview your site to see how everything looks before pushing the changes you have applied to it live.(8) Publish your site to make it look exactly how you see it in the editor.(9) History. Here you can manually create and store your different site versions and recover any of them when needed. It is very important to have a copy of your site before modifying it further.(10) Comment mode. Used when team members have contributor access. (11) Share your site's link with your colleagues or relatives to get a deeper insight about your website.(12) Hide your editor's menu - the very top row of your editor's top bar - to allow a bit more space for yourself in the editor.
Blocks in the editor
ProFusion WebBuilder sites are created with the help of content blocks — full-width sets of elements that are easily adaptable to different screen resolutions. We offer blocks for various business purposes — showcasing images, team presentation, products exposing, describing services, etc. To place a new block on a page, mouse over the area you wish to add a new block and click on the + icon that displays.
Tip: If none of our pre-made options in the gallery meets your needs, check the Custom Block to see if you can create a block that fits your design needs from scratch.
Your texts, images, buttons, and other block contents are referred to as your site's elements. All elements have their own placeholders — an area they occupy in a block. You can also enrich the look of your blocks by adding additional elements to them, i.e. more buttons, lists, dividers, or social icons, etc.
Basic actions with your images
Adding images to the site is an excellent way to illustrate what your page is about and attract your customers' attention. In the editor, you can upload your own pictures or choose free stock images using the keyword search.
Besides that, there are several tools available in the editor that will help you fit your images into the overall site design — for example, add a filter, overlay color, or resize the placeholder of your picture.
Watch our short video tutorial on how to work with text: