Frequently Asked Questions
Using the style editor
Covered in this Article
The purpose of the style editor is to give our subscribers access to change all the styles a web developer would normally have to style a website, without needing to be a developer.
The style editor allows you to fully customize your Theme with different colors, fonts, button styles (you name it and you can change it...) for each section of your website. The videos below show you how to use the Style Editor.
Styling your site van give a website a unique feel away from the original Theme it came from, and to closely tie in with your brand.
This help video takes you through some of the area you can style to give you a feel for how the style editor works.
Global font settings allow you to set your main font styles across the various different types of content pieces within Limecube. Each content type or plugin can still have their main font properties such as size, weight and style set at an element level.This help video takes you through how to make use of the global font settings to set your font styles site wide.
This help video shows you different methods for changing text colour through your Limecube site.
You can change text colour in 2 places for the text/content blocks:
- Site wide using the style editor - the first option chosen in this video below
- Just on a section - the second option shown in the video
Being that we now live in a mobile first world, it is very important to make sure your website displays properly in Mobile view too. This is especially important as while Limecube's themes are already setup for mobile, as soon as you start changing text, images, layout of the theme for your site, some things will naturally no longer look correct without this extra styling.
This help video shows you how to change your device view to mobile and how to find the options for styling your mobile view.