In this video we dive a little deeper into advanced colour settings.
COLOURS IN CSS
Primary, Accent and Function Colours are your brand colours that can be used as part of your website style kit. Colours are an important part of your website code or CSS (Cascading Style Sheets). Colours are used in CSS for functions such as buttons, list bullets, or in site animations and hover effects.
BUTTONS CAN HAVE MANY COLOURS
In the Page Editor, you can add buttons to your web page. Every time you add a new button, you may choose the Primary, Secondary or Accent colours, therefore your buttons may use a range of colours as set by your Accent Colours.
WHAT IS CSS? (CASCADING STYLE SHEETS)
CCS or Cascading Style Sheets is a language that describes elements of HTML, such as fonts, colours, margins, lines, height, width, background images, advanced positions and more.
Think of CSS as a way to save time. Imagine that you have a bright yellow button that appears in many locations throughout your website, then, you decide to turn the button into a more rusty yellow. With CSS you only need to change the button colour once, it will then update in every location around the website in an instant.
It is not just the button colour that can be controlled in CSS, it could be button hover colour, button padding, text size, character spacing, height, and shape.
Your MOBLE styles builder allows you to select and change the most common parts of your CSS. If you understand CSS and HTML and would like to make more advanced changes, you may access your website CSS and HTML when on the MOBLE PRO account package or if your are an approver designer.