A layout defines how content is arranged on the page. Different layouts can contain a different number of named slots, which is a region spanning the width of the page. A slot can contain one or more types of content.
Note:You can swap one layout for another. Be careful though. If you choose a layout with fewer or differently named slots, existing content in other slots won’t display in the new layout. The content isn’t deleted, it just can’t be displayed unless the layout you choose has a slot with the same name.
The following illustration shows a sample layout for a page. You can see the empty slot in the page layout and the completed page with title, image, and text added to the slot.
To select a different layout for a page:
- Open a site for editing.
- Navigate to the page and click .
- Go to the Page Layout field and select a different layout from the menu. The number and type of page layouts depends on the theme associated with your site.
- To save all pending changes in the current update, click Save.