Blog editor for blog layout


In the blog editor there are many options to give a blog article a good layout.

Where can you find the editor?

If you create a blog, you will see the blog editor on the right.
You can fold it in or out, using the arrow attached to it.

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What can you do with the editor?


  • Editing text (color, size, italic or bold, bullets, etc.);
  • Add images and or videos, with or without accompanying text, to the left or right of it;
  • Placing dividers between sections (separators) to insert a gallery

    and much more!

How to apply the editor?

At the top, the “Basic” section is open by default, containing building blocks.
If you click on the arrow after “Basic”, you will see that there are many more sections from which you can choose. Each section contains a number of building blocks.

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What are building blocks?

Building blocks are blocks to build your blog. Select one of your choice and move it with the left mouse button pressed. You can let go of the building block if a grey bar appears on a spot where you want to leave it.
When you see a gray scroll bar (on the right in the editor) that means you can scroll up or down (hold mouse button down) to see more building blocks in that section.

If you are going to create an article with the editor, first there is a block “Click here to add.”

Building Block Options

When you click on a building block, buttons appear, in the upper left corner, vertical on the right and at the lowwer right corner:

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About the buttons in the upper left corner of a building block:
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The three vertical dots offer the options:

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  • Plus, for more options
  • Up arrow to move the building block up. This happens per click 1 position higher than the building block above it.
  • Down arrow, to move the building block down. This is done per click 1 position lower than the building block below it.
  • Duplicate, to copy the (edited) block exactly as it is at that moment.

The cross is to remove part of the building block. If you click on it, you will see a button “DELETE”. And you will see exactly which part will be deleted, if you confirm by clicking on “DELETE”.


Buttons as shown in 2:

  • Plus, for more options
  • Duplicate, to copy the (edited) block exactly as it is at the moment.
  • Up arrow to move the building block up. This happens per click 1 position higher than the building block above it.
  • Sprocket for settings
  • Cross to remove the part that is currently outlined in green.



Buttons as shown at 3:


  • Plus, for more options. Among other things, “Spacer”, for a gap in the text block. You can make these larger or smaller, as desired
  • Cross arrow, for moving
  • Up arrow to move the building block up. This happens per click 1 position higher than the building block above it.
  • Down arrow, to move the building block down. This is done per click 1 position lower than the building block below it.
  • Duplicate, to copy the (edited) part that is currently outlined in green, exactly as it is at the moment.
  • Cross to remove the entire block.

Furthermore, the blog editor contains a number of sections with various building blocks:

Section “Basic”

This section includes:

  • A building block on which icons can be seen. (Completely at the top.) If you drag it into your blog, you can enter an external link, which will be shown as a snippet
  • Building blocks for text, possibly with title. Explanation what you can do with that Here .

  • A selection of building blocks for images
  • A few building blocks for dividing lines
  • Building blocks with some social media icons
  • 1 Building block for video
  • 1 Building block for a map
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Section “Add Content”

Behind “Basic”, click the arrow and choose “Add content”. This section contains:

  • A building block on which icons can be seen. (Completely at the top.) If you drag it into your blog, you can enter an external link, which will be shown as a snippet
  • 1 Building block for read more. See this explanation

  • 1 Building block for mail. See this explanation
  • 1 Building block for recruiting members. See this explanation
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Section “Article”

Click the arrow behind “Basic” and select “Article”. This section contains building blocks to create articles like in a newspaper or magazine.

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Section “Headline”

Behind “Basic”, click the arrow and choose “Headline”. This section contains building blocks to create headers, for example above an article, like in a newspaper or magazine.

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Section “Buttons”

Click the arrow behind “Basic” and choose “Buttons”. This section contains building blocks to add buttons to your blog. You can add a color to it and/or link to it. See this explanation :


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Section “Photos”

Click the arrow behind “Basic” and choose “Photos”. This section contains all kinds of building blocks to add images to your blog. (There are also a few in the section “Basic”.) For example, you can show single or multiple images separately or together. Or a gallery.

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Section “Profile”

Click the arrow behind “Basic” and choose “Profile”. This section contains several building blocks to add images of one or more profiles, with text, to your blog.

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“Contact” section

Click the arrow behind “Basic” and select “Contact”. This section contains, among other things, building blocks for... drum roll... to display contact information. And a map, which you will also see in the “General” section.

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There are more sections:

  • Products
  • Features
  • Process
  • Pricing
  • Skills
  • Achievements
  • Quotes
  • Partners
  • As featured on
  • Page not found
  • Coming soon
  • Help, FAQ


These - except Quotes - are more useful to business blogs/companies.


Section “Quotes”

Click the arrow behind “Basic” and select “Quotes”. This section contains building blocks to process quotes or quotes in a blog.

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Section “Separators”

After “Basic” click on the arrow, scroll down with the scroll bar, and see another section:“Separators”. This section contains building blocks to process dividing lines in a blog.

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Updated March 21st. 2020


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