In edit mode, look to the right of your screen and you'll see a list of different type modules.
When you create a NEW article, play around with each module to see what it does. As long as you don't click on the "publish" button, you can save your modules and then click on "page view" to the right of "publish page" to see what everything looks like. And of course, you can go back and make as many changes as you like.
When you EDIT an already-published article, your edits are live and visible to the public once you click on the "save" button on your module.
So if you want to make some extensive edits, you might want to create a sample page, experiment there, and then copy to the page you want to edit.
Underneath the Module list are:
~~ Scheme - this is where you can place a color and/or pattern around the border of your page. I like to choose my color last to see what blends in well with my photos and Amazon products. The patterns are easy to overlook - they are underneath the colors and printed in a light grey color. You can immediately see how each color and pattern looks as soon as you click on it.
~~ Sidebar - this is where you can put the url of some of your other articles on Wizzley to help promote them. Sometimes I list articles that aren't ranking well and other times I list related articles. You can change your sidebar at any time. If you don't include any links, Wizzley puts some on for you (from other writers), and they or Google also place some banner ads there.
~~ Modules - this is a list of the modules you've used and their titles. There's nothing for you to do here.
~~ Options - you can click the option to allow Pinterest. There is also a link to the VigLink Merchant Coverage and a link to Export your article page as text.
And last is a drop down box titled: Font family for titles. You can choose a different font from the default sans serif. I clicked on several different fonts on a page I don't have published yet, and you can see what each font looks like when you click on it. The font only only changes in the titles, not in the text.