Using the editor

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Adding alt tags to images

To add an alt tag to an image, simply click the image, then click the link icon. You will see a field for a 'title' tag, enter your alt tag text there, and it will be saved as an alt tag. (not a title ...


Editor overview

When you click a page name in the control menu, that page loads in the edit screen. (The control menu will automatically hide on the edit screen, but you can easily bring it back by clicking the toggl ...


The content block menu

Content blocks are at the core of Nimbo's content manager. Whenever you go to edit any page, the content block menu is open on the right of the screen. You can hide or show this menu by clicking its ...


The block toolbar

After you've added some content blocks to your page, you can start to edit them to suit your needs. Clicking inside any block will make two floating toolbars appear, which allow you to control the blo ...


The formatting toolbar

After you've added some content blocks to your page, you can start to edit them to suit your needs. Clicking inside any block will make two floating toolbars appear, which allow you to control the bl ...


The background tool

The Nimbo editor features a comprehensive tool that allows you to set and manage a background colour and/or image for each of the content blocks on your pages. Whenever you hover over (or touch) a con ...


Adding images

Many of the content blocks available for adding to your page contain images. When you first drop a content block on your page, any available image places will be marked by a grey placeholder image.Som ...


The overlay tool

The Nimbo editor features a tool that allows you to convert almost any of your content blocks into an overlay (a content box that appears in front of the main page content). These are often used for t ...


Add your address to a map

You can easily add interactive maps to your pages with content blocks - but of course you'll want to set it to use your own address. Here's how:  Go to Google Maps and visit the address you want ...


Custom code block

If you need to insert custom code on any of your pages - like an instagram widget, a javascript newsletter subscription form, or some other third party script - you can easily do this with the custom ...