04. TF Page Builder Rows: List
The Rows list is used to find, add, and edit your website sections or rows built with TF page Builder. Rows contain one or more columns. You can reuse the sections in more than one pages easily.
1. Checkbox: Check this box to select the row. To select all the rows, check the box in the column heading.
2. Status: The status of the row - Published, Unpublished, Archived or Trashed.
3. Title: The title of the row. You can edit the row by clicking on the Title. Below the title, layout for the row is displayed.
4. Note: Internal note added to the row.
5. Columns: This is the count of total columns added to the row. The columns required by the layout of the row should match with the number of columns.
6. ID: A unique identification number for this row.
Search: You can search by the title of the Row.
Click Filter Options to display the additional filters.
1. Select Status: Select from Published, Unpublished, Trashed, Archived or All.
2. Select Access: Select from the list of view access levels.
3. Select Note: Select from the list of available notes added to the page.
1. Dashboard: Navigates to the component dashboard area.
2. New: Opens the editing screen to create a new Row.
Actions: Reveals a list of actions. Some actions are activated after checking one or more items in the list.
3. Publish: Makes the selected items in published state that are available to visitors to your website.
4. Unpublish: Makes the selected items in unpublished state that are unavailable to visitors to your website.
5. Archive: Changes the status of the selected items to Archive state.
6. Trash: Changes the status of the selected items to indicate that they are trashed. Completely deleting an item involves two stages - the first sends it to Trash where it is possible to restore it. The second stage empties it from Trash after which the item is removed permanently.
7. Import: Imports the items to the database table from CSV file. Learn More
8. Export: Exports selected database table columns to CSV file. Learn More
9. Query: Performs database operations on the table. Learn More
10. Help: Opens the help screen.