The Flex Editor is a powerful tool for customizing your own unique designs on Pixieset Website. This page includes some digestible tutorial videos to help you get the most out of the Flex Editor. If you prefer, you can find our written introduction guide here.
Videos on this Page:
- What is Flex Editor
- Flex Blocks
- Using Elements
- Customizing Flex Blocks
- Editing Images with Flex Editor
- Editing Text with Flex Editor
- Editing your Website's Mobile View
What is Flex Editor
Welcome to our tutorial series, to help you discover the full potential of Flex Editor, the powerful drag-and-drop builder inside Pixieset Website. Master all the tips and tricks of Flex Editor, and learn how to design unique layouts for your photography website.
Flex Blocks are Pixieset Website layouts that can be edited with Flex Editor — all available inside your theme’s block library. Learn how to apply predefined Flex Blocks, or design layouts from scratch with a blank Flex Block.
Learn about the various elements available in Flex Editor, and how to use them inside Flex Blocks. This includes keyboard shortcuts for a faster editing process. Discover how to edit text, images, shapes, buttons, and more.
Customizing Flex Blocks
Customize your Flex Blocks any way you want, with Flex Editor. Change block color, grid type, block padding, include an image background, and more.
Editing Images with Flex Editor
With Flex Editor, you can add images and GIFs to your Flex Blocks. Experiment with image opacity, apply a color overlay, round off the image edges with corner radius settings, and add a border for a collage-inspired look.
Editing Text with Flex Editor
Learn about all the text editing options with Flex Editor. Change the text style and color. Resize and reposition text elements anywhere inside your layout, and can also overlap them with images, videos or shapes to create unique design compositions.
Edit your website's mobile view
With Flex Editor, you have full control over how your website looks, no matter the screen size. Once you’ve built the final layout on desktop, switch between the tablet and mobile view, to refine your layout across devices.