In this tutorial you will learn how to do styling with Power Pages. Power Pages allows you to set themes along with customized color palates. This way you can style your website according to your liking. You can choose from template themes and customize them from A to Z.
Before you get onto this articles, we recommend that you go through the previous articles if you haven’t already done the same.
Getting Started – Styling with Power Pages
This is how the styling section looks like
As you can see the main panel has a lot of ready made themes that you can choose. Once you select a theme, the sub panel shows up which can be used to tweak the styling.
In the sub panel
When you tweak the color palette the color on the website will change in real time.
With this you can control the background color of the website. The background colors can be selected from any color in the color palette. To choose a unique color as per your liking, you will have to 1st add it to the color palette using the + sign.
In this section of the sub panel, you can control the font type, weights, size and color.
Buttons & Links
Your website can have buttons that can link to other pages. There are 2 types of buttons: Primary & secondary. You can tweak the background color, text color as well as the colors on hover of the buttons. You can also style how the links will look like in this section.
Margins and Spacing
Here you can set the top and bottom margins. You can also change the padding between the columns to control the clutter on the website. The margins and spacing can be set in terms of px, em, %.
Conclusion – Styling with Power Pages
In the previous article we spoke about how to build pages using Power Pages. In this article, we took 1 step further by learning how to customize how the website looks as per our tastes.