Open a page for editing in Woo360
You can open a page for editing in Woo360 in several different ways.
Note: If you want to edit a Post layout in Woo360, you need to enable Posts as a post type in the Woo360 settings. See the Related Article for more information.
From the All Pages list
Mouse over a page in the Pages > All Pages list, then click the Woo360 link (or click the Page Builder link if you're using a version of Woo360 before 2.1).
Tip: When a Woo360 layout already exists for a page, this choice is marked with a green button, as you can see in the screenshot. When a Woo360 layout hasn't been created yet, it's marked with a pale gray or white button.
From the WordPress editing page
Use one of the following procedures, based on your environment.
Woo360 2.1, Gutenberg plugin enabled
Create a new page or open an existing page for editing in WordPress and click Launch Woo360, as shown in the following screenshot.
Woo360 2.1, Gutenberg plugin not enabled
Create a new page or open an existing page for editing in WordPress and click the Woo360 tab, as in the following screenshot.
From the WordPress admin bar
If you're viewing the WordPress admin bar on a large screen, you can click the Woo360 link (or Page Builder in versions before 2.1) to open the page for editing.
When a Woo360 layout already exists for the page, the Woo360 link is accompanied by a green button, as you can see in the screenshot. When a Woo360 layout hasn't been created yet, it's marked with a pale gray button.
Tip: After the page is open for editing in Woo360, you can watch a video with tips on how to create a layout. Click the down arrow in the title bar in the upper left corner of the editing page to expose the Tools menu. Choose Help and then start the video that's displayed.