Let’s take a look at the user interface of Blocs 5 website builder, including the Inspector, Layer Tree, Page Navigator, and more.
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The Blocs interface is comprised of four main sections: the left toolbar with the Layer Tree and Page Navigator, the center Design Canvas, the right toolbar with the Inspector, and the top main toolbar.
The Layer Tree gives you a bird's-eye view of the entire structure of the currently selected page. You can manage your document by viewing the attributes of each layer and renaming or reordering them.
Easily access any page in your project with the Page Navigator, which provides a searchable overview.
The Design Canvas is where the visual output of your site is displayed. It allows you to interact with the page in real time, selecting elements, moving them, and editing their contents. The Design Canvas is located in the center of the main application window.
The Inspector is where you can style the currently selected element with custom classes, add custom data attributes, and even apply animation. You'll also find the quick launch controls for the Class, Asset, Swatch, and Menu Managers at the bottom of the right toolbar.
The Main Toolbar, located at the top of the main application window, gives you quick access to project settings, active breakpoint, zoom level, preview mode, and the page dropdown menu.
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