Using the Editor

When you click the pink pencil icon on a Page, you'll open the Editor. We explained the layout of the Editor in the First Time Users section here but in this article we'll show you how to use it more thoroughly.

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Using Cells and Kits

A Cell must be created in a Page for you to be able to add Tastics into it.

To add a Cell layout to your Page, click the blue + icon and select one of the Page widths. If you want to add more of the same Cell layout, you can click the duplicate icon after you've clicked the more icon (three vertical dots) or by clicking the trash can icon, you can delete the cell and anything within it.

Using the Editor Adding Cells and Kits

Cells create automatic breakpoints for different devices: Mobile, Tablet and Desktop. Below is how they will display on each device.

CELL Mobile Tablet Desktop
1/1 1/1 1/1 1/1
1/2 1/1 1/2 1/2
1/3 1/1 1/3 1/3
2/3 1/1 2/3 2/3
1/4 1/2 1/4 1/4
1/6 1/1 1/3 1/6

Once you have your Cells in place, you can add your Tastics to them.

You can also add a Kit that you've created in the Master App by clicking the blue + icon and selecting the Kit you want to add. See this article to find out how to create a Kit.

Using the Editor Adding Kits GIF

Searching for Tastics

You can either search for the name of a Tastic if you know it, or you can scroll through the list of available Tastics until you find the one you want to add. Tastics are grouped under categories to help you find what you're looking for more easily.

Using the Editor Search Tastics List GIF

Adding Tastics

Once you've added a Cell to your Page, you can add a Tastic to it by dragging it from the list and dropping it into your Cell. You can add multiple Tastics within one Cell or just have one.

Using the Editor Drag In a Tastic GIF

The Tastics available in your list will depend on what your Developers have made available to you. In the next article, we'll look at what kind of Tastics are possible.

Copying Tastics

You can copy a Tastic within the same Page to save you time on inputting the same details.

You just need to hover on the Tastic you want to create, click the copy icon and it will duplicate the Tastic within the same Cell. You can then move the Tastic to where you want it to be and adjust the Configuration as you wish.

The same can be done for a Cell and any Tastics within that Cell.

Using the Editor How To Copy a Tastic and Cell

Reordering or Removing Tastics

To reorder a Tastic, you can just drag and drop it to where you want it to be. That can be within one Cell or moving it in to another Cell. You can even create a new empty Cell and drag it into there. But you can't drag it into a Kit.

Using the Editor How To Reorder or Delete Tastic GIF

To remove a Tastic, you just need to hover on the Tastic you want to delete, select the More icon, select the Trash Can icon and then click the Save button for your Page.

Using the Editor How To Remove a Tastic GIF

Configuring Tastics

When you add a Tastic to your Page or you click on one within your Page, you activate the configuration panel for that Tastic. Any changes you make will only affect this specific Tastic.

Every Tastic has a General configuration which is accessible via the expand button. You can select if you want the particular Tastic to be available on certain devices (Mobile, Tablet and Desktop) via a toggle switch and where you can add a name that isn't shown anywhere to your customers.

Using the Editor How To Configure a Tastic GIF

The other configuration sections will be shown depending on what type of Tastic you're configuring. These generally include Position (for where it will sit within your Cell on your Page), Image (where you can change your image and edit the text over the image), Stream Selection (where you can select, edit or add an API search for a list of products), Links (where you add URLs for your users to open) and Content (where you add text).

Later in this section, we'll show you what's possible within these configurations, but first, let's look at what Tastics can be available to you.

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