In this tutorial we are going to show how to use layers. Layers can help you a lot especially when dealing with background images. Let’s have a look at the example of the magazine cover page. Here you can see a background image, the title of the magazine on top and a short annotation at bottom right corner.
Now let’s open Layers’ panel and find out what do we have in there. Layers’ panel is located on right toolbar of Joomag editor. As you can see we have 3 layers on this page. Let’s take a closer look at them.
First layer named “Text” contains magazine title and the annotation. This layer is marked with Green color. The “eye” icon indicates that the layer is currently visible. Clicking this icon will hide the layer.
Hiding layers can be very useful when you have a lot of objects on your page and don’t want some of them to mess around while you’re working with the rest of them.
Please note that Hiding a layer will only hide it in the editor, but it will still be visible in reading mode.