Editing Elements on the Page

Style the content on your page by using the editing panels to set colors, text styles, positioning, transitions, filters and more.

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Tools for Styling Page Elements

The Color Panel

Set the text color, background color, and border color of elements on the page.
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The Text Formatting Panel

Change the font, text styling, text alignment, and list style of your text elements.
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The Stroke Panel

Add borders to elements on the page, customize the border weight and style, and give them rounded corners.
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The Dimensions Panel

Edit the height and width, margin, and padding of elements. Adjust the gutter width and define the layout behavior of your grids.
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The Position Panel

Control the positioning of an element, and fix its position to its parent, or to the page.
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The Alignment Panel

Change the alignment of elements on the page to left-aligned, right-aligned, or centered.
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The Filters Panel

Use filters to adjust opacity, blur, brightness, contrast, and create color-shift effects on images and other elements.
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The Transform Panel

Move, scale, rotate, skew, and flip elements on the page.
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The Transitions Panel

Use easing curves to control the way that elements transition from one state to another.
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The Background Image Panel

Add background images to an element, position, scale, and blend them.
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The Video Control Panel

Add videos to the background of other elements and adjust their settings, or the settings of the Video Element.
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