Page Builder Reference
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Learn how to navigate through the Page Builder and what it is all about!
Sam van de Kreeke
Last updated: 09-07-2020
The Page Builder has multiple windows that serve for different purposes. These are the following windows:
The components window contains the component set with all its components. It’s where you’ll be able to get all the components from and drag them onto the canvas.
If you want to know more about the components themselves, feel free to check out our Component Reference!
The partials window contains all the partials that you’ve converted throughout the Page Builder. These partials can be used on every page and can be dragged onto the canvas as many times as you’d like.
The data window contains all the input variables that you’ve created within that particular page. These input variables can be used to make components dynamic.
In the settings window you can change settings that are associated with the page
Page name: The name of your page is how the page will be displayed throughout the platform.
Path: The path of your page, which is the part behind the application url.
Description: The description of your page.
Component set url: The url of your custom component set. This should be the url of where you are hosting it.
Authentication profile: The authentication profile required to access your page.
Each component has its own set of options, but they all have something in common. In the bottom of the window you’ll see 3 options each component has
Component interactions are interactions with a function between components based on a certain trigger.
Choose a trigger: The trigger that will execute the interaction after it has been triggered from the page.
Choose an interaction: The kind of interaction that will be made between the components.
Select function name: The function that will be executed when the interaction is triggered, only available when Choose an interaction is set to Custom.
Select target component: The component that will be targeted, only available when Choose an interaction is set to Custom or Toggle.
Choose option name: The option of the component that will be targeted, only available when Choose an interaction is set to Toggle.
The convert to partial option lets you convert a component together with all its child components to a partial. This partial can then be used inside of all other pages that you’ve created!
This option removes the component or partial from the page. Once removed it can’t be undone, but you can manually drag the components back onto the canvas again.
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