Layer Style

You can select layers in the Slide Editor, to open up the layer window.

In this article you can learn the common positioning and effect options for the layers. You can find these options at the Style tab of the layer window.

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Default positioning

These options are available for layers which are in Default position.

Position

Position

The editing mode the layer is in.

Align

The horizontal alignment of the layer. If there's no Max Width set, this options sets one automatically.

Size

Max Width

The maximum width of the layer.

Height

You can set a fix height for the layer, so it won't be auto anymore.

Margin

You can use margins to create distance between the layers.

⚠️ Warning: Margins are for creating distance, not for positioning. Use the Inner Align and Vertical Align on the layer's parent for positioning.

Absolute positioning

These options are available for layers which are in Absolute position.

Position

Position

The editing mode the layer is in.

Align

The horizontal align of the layer.

Vertical Align

The vertical align of the layer.

Left

The distance from the horizontal align position.

Top

The distance from the vertical align position.

Responsive

By default the positioning is responsive, which means its scaled with the slider. By turning it off you can have the Left and Top values as fixed distances. It's useful for example, when you want to have a layer that's always 10px away from the top-left corner.

Linked To Pro

You can link your Absolute layer to another layer on the same level. Learn more about the layer linking.

Size

Width

The width of the layer.

Height

The height of the layer.

Responsive

By default the sizing is responsive, which means its scaled with the slider. By turning it off, you can make your layer the set Width and Height on the device. It's useful for images which you use as design element.

Common

Responsive

Hide On

You can hide this layer on the selected devices.

Text Scale

You can adjust the font size device specifically on this device.

Adaptive

With this option the font sizes remain the same on each device, so they won't be scaled down as the screen gets smaller. As a result, the fonts will act like the fonts on the rest of the page.

The Adaptive sizing is turned on by default on the Content layer.

Effect

Parallax Pro

You can enable the layer parallax effect for this layer. The number you set will define the depth/strength of the effect

Crop

You can crop the layer's content.

Rotation

You can rotate this layer.

Advanced

Z Index

You can set the z-index for the layer.

CSS Class

You can set a custom CSS class.

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