The Blocks application offers creation and management of the layout of content on your site. Control the assets (editorial content) a block pulls in, the template (appearance and functionality) of the block, and how to place a block.
Block Placement/Managing Regions
Managing Utility Regions
FAQ's / Misc
"Getting Started with Blocks" Video Series
Learn how to create section tags (used for tagging content) and/or URLs (the pages of your site).
Learn how to open a page (URL) within the Block editor to control the layout of a given page, as well as how to access page customizations (options for each page).
Learn how to add HTML code onto a page by using an HTML block.
Learn how to use content blocks to pull in your site's assets (articles, videos, calendar events, etc.) into blocks, as well as how to control other functions of a block, like the appearance.
Learn how to add a block from your block library onto a page's layout.
Learn how to view a preview or the live version of your site, how to set the view size (desktop, tablet, mobile) within the admin, as well as hiding and showing admin elements to get a better picture of what your site will look like minus all the admin controls.
"Creating a Content Block" Video Series
Learn how to use the different types of query rules to determine which assets you're going to include or exclude from a block, including the different rules per block type.
Learn how to use the different types of sorting rules to determine the order in which the assets are displayed in a block.
Learn how to pin (manually assign) assets to a block, how to control the number of assets that will display, and how to hide/show the details of the assets within the query results window.
Learn how to add a title, change the template (which controls the look and behavior of the block) alter page customizations that are unique per block template, and an overview of the CSS class field.
Learn how to create hyperlinks that are part of your block, and how to position them.
Name, describe and tag a block to easily find it later when searching existing blocks. You can also disable a block and learn the URLs the block is placed on from this tab.
Our templates utilize Bootstrap's CSS infrastructure, and because of this, we can take advantage of Bootstrap's responsive utility CSS classes. This video will illustrate how to show and hide a block with specific CSS classes from getbootstrap.com.