Category: Assembly Basics
The way for duplicating pages on Assembly is by saving and loading templates. 1 – First create a template of the page you want to duplicate 2 – Create a new page and load the template recently created 3 – Publish your newly created page. That will create a clone of the page.
Assembly allows to save pages into pre-defined templates, this way with a few clicks you can have save a template of your current page. In order to create a new template from your current page, you will need to: 1 – Open the WordPress page you want to save as a template. 2 – Click on the […]
MODULES SHOWCASE (blue area): Here you can find all available modules to use when building your pages or portfolios. By default Assembly comes with several modules spread across 3 main tabs: Layout, Media and Elements, however modules are extendable as well as tabs. Drag and drop any module to the “Building Stage” to begin […]
Modules can be by default horizontally re-sized in steps of one column of a total of twelve, being two the minimum column size applicable. This allows you for very fast layout re-arrangements. Some modules have also the ability to be vertically re-sized, like Image, Gallery Cell and more. To re-size a module click on the […]
Click on the button placed in to top right of a module to access its options, a new popup window will open up containing all settings available regarding this module.
In order to start building or adding new elements to your page, you will need to drag and drop elements from the “Modules Showcase” to the “Building Stage”.