About Building Presentations | Ingeniux Page Builder offers CMS administrators and power users a visual user interface to build and edit page presentations.
One presentation can exist per Site Tree page. There are four main steps to creating a Page Builder presentation:
Three object types make up a presentation:
Depending on what the user selects in the workspace, properties display for the different Page Builder presentation objects. Row Properties, Column Properties, and Content Unit Properties are available after adding layouts and content units to the page presentation. The following properties are available:
Note: In the How to Access column, use the screen captures as a guide to select objects that display specific Design Presentation pane properties areas. The highlighted (yellow) areas serve demonstration purposes in the screen captures and don't display as highlighted in the Design tab workspace.
|Properties Area||Presentation Object||Description||How to Access|
|Presentation Properties||Containers||Properties for your presentation. Use this area to select a container, name the presentation, and assign publishing targets to the presentation.||Select the checkered background (i.e., area where no layouts are placed) in the container.
|Row Properties||Layouts||Use these properties in conjunction with the Design Presentation pane's Layout area. Row Properties control the layout object row's padding, additional class names, and the number of available columns.||Select the outermost area (gray) inside the layout.
Use these properties in conjunction with the Design Presentation pane's Layout area. Each column in the layout object's row has their own respective column properties. Column Properties control each column's width, padding, and additional class names.
|Select the middle area (white) inside the layout. Don't select the content unit itself.
|Content Unit Properties||Content Units||
Use these properties in conjunction with the Design Presentation pane's Content Units area. Content Unit Properties displays the content unit's name and type, options to edit or delete the content unit, and options for child layouts.
|Select the content unit header or the content area itself.
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