How can we help?
< All Topics

Using WordPress Full Site Editor

Accessing the Editor

On your WordPress Dashboard, go directly to the Appearance section.

Figure 1

Under the Appearance menu, click on the Editor sub-menu. (Note: If this sub-menu didn’t appear, that means either you’re not using WordPress version 5.9 and above or you are not using a theme that supports Full Site Editing. Please check our docs about how to install the theme here).

Figure 2

After that, the Editor will open and preview the current template your theme is using (For example in Figure 3, Financio index template is shown).

Figure 3

Accessing the Page Templates

There are two ways of accessing the templates (arrows no 1 and 2 in Figure 4).

Figure 4

When you click the Index text (no 1 in Figure 4), a dropdown will appear (Figure 5). You can click on browse templates, then a sidebar will appear (Figure 6).

Figure 5

When you click the WordPress icon (no 2 in Figure 4), a sidebar will appear.
Click on the Templates (no 1 in Figure 6), then a list of your templates will appear (no 2 in Figure 6).
You can click on one of your templates to start editing it or click Add New button (no 3 in Figure 6) to add new available template.

Figure 6

Accessing the Header, Footer, and Template Parts

To access Template Parts (including Header & Footer), you can access the templates list the same way as in Figure 4. When you click on one of the way, a sidebar will appear and a list of your templates.
After that click on Template Parts (no 1 in Figure 7), then your template parts list will appear (no 2 in Figure 7).
You can click on one of your template parts to start editing it or click Add New button (no 3 in Figure 7) to add new available template.

Figure 7

To access your template parts in your templates, you can click on the plus button on the top left inside your editor.
Then type “template” inside the search bar (no 1 in Figure 9), after that a list of blocks called Template Part, Header, and Footer will appear (no 2 in Figure 9).
You can add them to your current template, and start positioning, mixing and matching your template parts.

Figure 8
Figure 9
Previous How To Add Your First Gutenverse Block?
Next Theme Installation
Table of Contents