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February 24, 2018


Colors and Animations for Your Website

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The structures for coloring - an overview and related help video

1) In the color section of the update page you can adjust the default settings and data for the whole page such as:

  • Background color, color mixes, and animations
  • Foreground or font color
  • Individual colors for links, buttons, QR codes, image frames, and tooltips

1der1 not only allows you to use third-party scripts and stylesheets but to export and import settings and data in an exchangeable data format.

2) Every webpage is structured into a header, cover and general content sections for central and sidebars. The update page addresses these structures using the navigation toolbar. Every structure has sections, and every section has its HTML editor.

3) Each HTML editor has the usual foreground and background colors for selected text, which override the more general settings.

While 1der1 supports using stylesheets, editing is considered too error-prone for non-professional users. Instead, for your style settings, 1der1 has added two more layers between the page and the selected text:

  • Settings for the whole section, represented by the editor area.
  • Settings for special element types, for example, lists, tables, images and horizontal lines.

Again, you can save and exchange data for every section and element type.

1der1 allows you to drag, drop and paste content from everywhere, including your hard disk, applications, and other websites.

You can drag and drop most settings as well. Drag colors between color settings and mix colors or extract colors from content.

You can use values, sliders, selections, and names for settings.

There are no limits. Get some inspiration from the videos and try it yourself - 1der1 offers you the fastest possible previews.



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