# Website Editor Sidebar
After Opening The Editor you will see the main Website Editor Sidebar on the left side of the page.
# Sidebar Components
Website editor mode opens with the Website Editor Sidebar displaying the page title at the top.
Below the page title there are editing controls to undo and redo changes, as well as several preview icons to assist with viewing the site layout with different sizes such as your current browser, mobile phone, tablet, and desktop.
See Preview Website Pages for more information.
# Manage Pages
Clicking the Manage pages button will open the Website Pages window.
See Select Website Pages for more information.
# SELECTED ELEMENTS
The Selected Elements section of the website editor sidebar dynamically shows the relevant elements of the section being edited. The Website Editor Sidebar opens with the default Selected Elements showing the "Current Page", "Theme", and "Site" options.
- Current Page - this option allows you to manage the current page as a whole.
- Theme - see Website Theme for more details.
- Site - this option allows you to enter your "Google Tag Manager Id" and/or your "Google Analytics Id" for tracking purposes.
# COLUMN CONTENT
The blocks found in the Column Content section can be dragged into a row's "content" container on the page and added as needed.
# ROW CONTENT
The blocks in the Row Content section can be dragged onto the page to add a new row of predefined content blocks.
# ADD ROW
You can drag a Row placeholder onto the page to create an empty row to be filled later. You will also need to select the number of columns from a pop-up that appears when the row is added.
Closing the Choose Row window (clicking the
x in the top-right corner of the pop-up) and/or leaving the page without selecting the number of columns for the row will effectively cancel the add row operation.
# ADD SECTION
You can drag a Section placeholder element onto the the page. This will also use the Choose Rows pop-up to set the initial row columns. "Sections" can contain multiple rows and are often used to differentiate between areas on the website page. Once a section has been added you can then use the Add Row function to add more rows to the section.
At the bottom of the Website Editor Sidebar is a link to take you back to the Auction/Event main dashboard.