Suggestions for Responsive Site Designer - Post ID 247191


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I wish the button links came in different shapes, ie circles, squares.


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It would be great to be able to create a global typography without having to create a new style for each and every element and only use specific classes to adjust if required.


COO
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CATHERINE NELSON wrote:
I wish the button links came in different shapes, ie circles, squares.

Great suggestion. Right now you can make most shapes using the padding and radius controls. We have plans for making (and importing) components like this. Stay tuned!
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COO
796 posts

Jamie wrote:
It would be great to be able to create a global typography without having to create a new style for each and every element and only use specific classes to adjust if required.

Agreed. Longer term we plan to have a 'style guide' where this can be defined. For now the best workflow is to apply all styles to the 'type'. This will make sure that every newly added element of the same type uses the exact same styles, variations can then be made by applying styles to classes and an individual tweak can be applied to an ID.
The future of web layout has arrived and it's called CSS Grid. CoffeeCup helps you to get ready with a free guide, the Grid Builder app plus cool demos & themes.


Senior Advisor
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Bob Visser wrote:
Jamie wrote:
It would be great to be able to create a global typography without having to create a new style for each and every element and only use specific classes to adjust if required.

Agreed. Longer term we plan to have a 'style guide' where this can be defined. For now the best workflow is to apply all styles to the 'type'. This will make sure that every newly added element of the same type uses the exact same styles, variations can then be made by applying styles to classes and an individual tweak can be applied to an ID.


Hey Bob,

Would you be talking about Libraries by any chance :)
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Slight issue... :D
Under File Exit is listed twice and neither one does anything. Sort of like Little Caesars and their Pizza, Pizza! :lol:
Scott
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ChefScott wrote:
Slight issue... :D
Under File Exit is listed twice and neither one does anything. Sort of like Little Caesars and their Pizza, Pizza! :lol:


Download the latest version as that issue has been fixed.
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The one day I don't look in My Purchases first before the forums. :lol:
Scott
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COO
796 posts

Steve wrote:
Bob Visser wrote:
Jamie wrote:
It would be great to be able to create a global typography without having to create a new style for each and every element and only use specific classes to adjust if required.

Agreed. Longer term we plan to have a 'style guide' where this can be defined. For now the best workflow is to apply all styles to the 'type'. This will make sure that every newly added element of the same type uses the exact same styles, variations can then be made by applying styles to classes and an individual tweak can be applied to an ID.


Hey Bob,

Would you be talking about Libraries by any chance :)


Ssstttt....don't jinx it! :P
The future of web layout has arrived and it's called CSS Grid. CoffeeCup helps you to get ready with a free guide, the Grid Builder app plus cool demos & themes.

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