Create a new Vizy field by going to Settings → Fields → New Field. Provide a name and select "Vizy" as the Field Type.
You can select a configuration file for the editor, which define which buttons and other functionality the field should have. Consult the Configuration for further information. You can also provide your configuration JSON specifically for this field.
Here, we define what block types you wish to have available to pick from when adding content to the field.
Block Types are grouped by Groups for ease of organisation. You can have a single group, or multiple ones Groups can be renamed, re-ordered or deleted.
Within in group you can create multiple Block Types. Each Block Type must contain a name, handle and icon.
This helps to visually identify the type of content block a content editor is creating. We provide a full collection of icons from Font Awesome 5 (opens new window), but you can also provide your own custom icons to pick from.
First, ensure you configure the
iconsPath configuration setting for the plugin. See Configuration. This path must resolve to a folder with a collection of
.svg files. If configured correctly, you'll be able to select your custom icons from the folder you specify.
You can also provide the path to a template, which is used to automatically render this Block Type. This can be particularly useful in creating modular blocks, where template code is re-usable across multiple fields in the form of partials. Continue reading Block Type Templates.
Define the field layout for this Block Type. Each field layout organises fields into Tabs. Existing fields are added to the layout, along with UI Elements such as Headings or Warnings.
Block Types can disabled so that content editors cannot select to create new blocks with this Block Type. Block Types can also be re-ordered within the same Group, or re-arranged to another Group.