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Your workspace

Learn how to navigate Teleport before you start working on your first project.

Top bar
Left panel
Right panel

1. Top bar

Left Side of the Top Bar

In the Top Bar you have the following functionalities:

Menu - go back to the Dashboard and set up preferences for your project
Project name - takes you to the Project Settings page
See active users on the project
Invite users to collaborate
Preview project
Show generated code
Export project
Publish project!

Top bar of the editor

2. Left panel


The Elements panel contains all the basic building blocks with which you can start building your user interfaces. Most of them correspond to native HTML elements.

You can drag and drop an element from this panel into the Canvas or use their keyboard shortcuts.​
Go to the Elements lesson to learn more.


In the Files panel you can see all the pages and components.

For each project you can create multiple pages, add links between them, and customize their URLs. We will cover Pages in an upcoming lesson.
Once you start building your user interface, you'll quickly detect some patterns that you will want to transform into Components.
A Component is a higher-level building block that you'll use later to speed up the composition of your layout. Components also accept properties that you can configure.
You can learn more about components in the Components lesson from the documentation.

Asset manager

The Assets Manager allows you to upload your own assets, access directly tens of thousands of images from the Unsplash, and choose icons from several popular libraries.

Left panel of the editor

3. Canvas

In the center, the most important piece of all, the Canvas. That's where all the visual building is happening.
In the following lessons you will learn how to add different type of elements and you will build your first layout.

Above the canvas you can also find:
Zoom - control the scale of the Canvas
Media query controls

Preview of the canvas

4. Right panel

Finally, on the right size of the interface you have:

Design Language Panel (color, text and layout) - add style tokens to use throughout the project
Style Inspector Panel (visual and advanced) - add styles to your elements

Right panel of the editor

How to edit projects in TeleportHQ

To learn more about editing your projects in the TeleportHQ editor check out this article.

Updated on: 27/02/2024

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