Add Content to Your Pages

Rows and blocks are the fundamental building blocks to your Raisely campaign - content doesn't make sense without structure, and a well-structured page with no content feels unfinished. Understanding how to use these two together is the key to creating polished, informative, on-brand campaigns.
Check out the video below for a walkthrough of how to add a full-width donation stream to your site or continue reading for more information.

Pages are made up of Rows and Blocks to make up the structure of the page. You can add blocks and rows by clicking the purple + button down the bottom right of the page


Rows and Columns 🔗

Rows vertically span your page, they come with a variety of different column configurations. 

The combination of the row and columns give your blocks locations to be placed. Don't worry if this sounds a bit confusing, let's take a look a visual representation of an ordinary page with the rows and columns. 

First, let's look at our rows, you can see them here highlighted in blue and notice how they are all stacked on top of each other to make up the page

Next, let's look at the columns within each row. You can see each of the columns within the rows highlighted in yellow

Add a new row 🔗

You can see a full list of all available rows and column configurations from the purple  + button down the bottom right and select Add a new row

The blue boxes represent the columns for each row and will give a spot to place your blocks. 
Once you've selected the column configuration you want, click it and you will be able to place the row down on your page. 
You can place rows between existing rows, or add it to the top/bottom of your page depending on where you need it. In this case, I'm going to select a two uneven column row

With the row selected, you can now hover over the page and notice that a blue  Insert Here prompt will display to let you know where you can place the row. 

Once you've found the placement you're after, click to insert the row

Notice how the row, once placed, has two grey boxes to show each of the columns, and these match with the blue boxes from the row selection list. 

You can place your blocks inside these grey boxes to add content to the row.

Edit, delete, duplicate an existing row 🔗

Once the row is placed, you can edit, delete and duplicate the row by hovering over the row. A menu will appear on the far right of the row


Blocks 🔗

As we saw with rows and columns, these give structure to the page and allow you spaces to place your blocks. Blocks represent actual content of your page, they range from paragraphs, headings, progress bars, buttons, donation forms and more!

Blocks are placed within our rows, inside the row columns. You can see each of the blocks highlighted in pink within the yellow columns

Add blocks 🔗

To add blocks, click the purple + down the bottom right again and this time click Add a new block

This menu of block options will then appear and you will see a list of all the available blocks you can add

The most commonly-used blocks are first, but there are several sections to choose from. Take a peek through all of them to find the best ones for your campaign!

To add a block, simply click the block you want. In this case, I will be adding a donation form, you can search for the block name up the top - or scroll through the list to find it.

Click the block you want to add and hover over the available columns, you will see another blue Insert Here prompt letting you know where you can place the block

Once placed, you will see the block populate the column

Edit, delete, duplicate and move an existing block 🔗

To edit, delete, duplicate or move an existing block, just hover over it and a small menu will appear to the top-left of the block

As always, feel free to contact us if you have any questions 😊  

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