Below are all the Element actions you can perform in the Blast Editor: Add, Edit, Move, Copy, Delete, Change Width.

Please Note: For each of the following actions, you need to make sure that you are NOT currently clicked on and editing any Element. This is very important because you will not be able to perform any of these actions if you are currently clicked on and editing an Element.

To add an Element to your Blast, you can do either of the following:

  1. Click the Element on the right side of your screen that you want to add to your Blast. This will place the Element at the bottom of your Blast.

  2. Drag the Element from the right side of your screen that you want to add to your Blast, and drop it into the Blast Editor where you want it placed. When dragging, make sure you only drop the Element where you see a blue line appear.

    To read more about how to drag and drop Elements, check out this article.

Please Note: A Blast can have up to four columns of Elements.

To edit an existing Element inside your Blast, all you need to do is click on the Element that you want to edit. After you click on the Element, you can make your edits on the right side of your screen.

When you are finished editing, click Keep.

To move an existing Element to a different place in your Blast, hover your mouse over the Element and click and drag the FIRST icon, and drop the Element in the desired place in your Blast.

For more in-depth instruction on how to move an Element, check out this article.

To copy an existing Element inside your Blast, hover your mouse over the Element and click the SECOND icon.

For more in-depth instruction on how to copy an Element, check out this article.

To delete an existing Element inside your Blast, hover your mouse over it and select the THIRD icon.

For more in-depth instruction on how to delete an Element, check out this article.

To change the width of an existing Element inside your Blast, hover over the Element and a blue line with three dots will appear. Click and drag the three dots right/left to alter the width of your Element.

For more in-depth instruction, check out this article.

If you have any questions at all, don't hesitate to reach out to us at support@cerkl.com or use the chat bot in the bottom right-hand corner of any Cerkl.com page for a quick answer.

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