If you have ever been stuck with a theme or a website that didn't let you change the width of your page or use different sidebars, you might just love the Layout Editor.
As the name suggests you can use this editor to change the layout of your site. The default is a responsive layout set to a maximum pixel width. This is a good option for most sites but if you want to get creative, we want to show you how.
You can find the Layout Editor by logging into your WordPress Administration Panel and clicking on "Settings" under the PageLines tab.
Overview of the Layout Editor Refer to the image Layout Editor Overview
There are three options for layout handling that you can choose from. Most website are going to be just fine with the default.
Here you can set the default layout of your pages. This setting will determine the page layout of all new pages you create.
The black sections represent the content area of your page; while the blue sections represent the sidebars that will appear on the page.
Layouts can also be changed on individual pages using the MetaPanel. This way you are never stuck with the default layout!
This editor uses draggable sliders to change the width of the columns on your site. It will change all pages which use the selected layout.
To change a layout: