Layer styles

The layer styles can be found in the design panel on the right in your Ycode canvas. Here’s where you can jazz up elements like titles, paragraphs and give them their own style.

You can also set default styles that can be applied to all your H1s, for example. These headings will then all have the same typography, font size, etc.

Updating global styles

  1. Select the element type to update

  2. Modify the style

  3. In the Layer style menu, click on Update global style

Note: If you update global styles, it will apply to all the concerned elements. To revert the edit, click Reset style overrides.

Creating new styles

  1. Select the element type to edit

  2. Update the style

  3. In the Layer style menu, click on Save as new style

Renaming styles

  1. Select the element type with the custom style

  2. Go to Layer style menu and click on Rename style

  3. Give the style a custom name, for example H3 style

Saving additional styles

Do you want to use more than one style for the same element? You can! For example, you can have two different styles for a H2.

  1. Select the element type which style you want to create

  2. Modify the style

  3. In Layer style menu, click on Save as new style

  4. Give it a custom name

Now you have two styles for the same element type.

Detaching elements from styles

  1. Select the element you want to detach from the layer style

  2. Modify the style

  3. In Layer style menu, click on Detach from style

Apply styles to other element types

  1. Select the element which style you want to edit

  2. In Layer style menu, select the style name you want to apply. For example, you can apply a Section title style to a Page subtitle. The Page subtitle then inherits the Section title style

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