You can move a block to a different location within its current page using the Content Manager.
Note: There is no setting to move or copy a block to a different page from its current location.
Step 1 - Select a Page
Click the icon to enter the Content Manager and select the page you want to edit.
Step 2 - Move Block
Hover your cursor over the block you want to move. This will turn your cursor into a multi-directional arrow.
Note: Some blocks do not display a multi-directional arrow on hover. However, you can hover over these blocks to access a moving handle.
Click and drag the block to drop it in a new location.
Note: You can also click and drag blocks within a blog post when editing your blog.
Use the blue line to anchor your block and help guide your placement. A list of anchors can be found below:
- Column: Creates a new column in your content.
- Row: Creates a new row in your content.
- Insert: This anchor allows you to insert your content so that it is closer to the content you're moving it to.
- Float: This anchor allows you to float specific blocks into text.
Note: Insert and Float options will only appear for certain blocks, like the Image Block. We have a guide for Wrapping Text around Blocks here. You can also use the instructions in this guide to add or move blocks within a sidebar should your template support this. When using the Column option, 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, or 12 content blocks will appear properly and evenly distributed in a row.
Note: Moving content blocks can affect how your site appears on a mobile device. When using Image blocks inconjunction with text underneath, you will want to use the Insert option when moving the text underneath the image to ensure that the text appears directly underneath each image when viewing the site from a mobile device. You can review the instructions in this guide for more info on how your site will display within a mobile browser.