A common issue with interface design tools is that if you want to re-arrange your template then you have to go to every page to make the change.
JumboLogic solves this problem with interface layering.
Unlike grouping, layering lets you keep a hierarchy of interface elements. You can define certain elements as “children” of another element, the “parent”. Moving the parent moves all of its children. This relationship can span pages and the page hierarchy.
This means – you can re-arrange your template at will, and so long as you use layering, your entire website and all its contents will re-arrange with the template saving you time!
A video tutorial of how this works has been posted to JumboLogic U: