A new Sparkle document starts with a blank page where you can add the elements to your website layout.
The most direct way to add elements to the canvas is via the corresponding toolbar buttons, or opening the "Add" popup. You can use the system toolbar customization to add and remove different elements on the toolbar.
Each content type is explained in more detail in this documentation:
Details on element position, size and layering can be found in the Arrange pane inspector documentation page.
In addition to the freeform positioning via dragging or inspector, the Sparkle canvas features a Layout Grid, that elements snap to, magnetically.
Grid settings can be changed using the Grid button on the toolbar. Sparkle defaults to a 12 column grid.
An alternative to grid snapping are the automatic guides based on element boundaries. For example, here the top of the text aligns to the bottom of the image:
While using magnetic snapping help construct a tidy layout, you can prevent snapping by holding down the control key while dragging an element.
If you want to position an element further down or up on the page, in an area currently not visible, you can drag near the canvas edge and the page will scroll automatically.
Sparkle combines an all-in-one approach, an understandable interface and a focus on producing high performance and search engine optimized websites.
All in a powerful native Mac app.
Nothing else comes close.
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