You can find the Area layer in the Slide Editor.
An empty item, which fills up its layer. This was created because of two reasons:
- To let you give background colors to the layers.
- To help you use the slide events better. For example if you want to create an animation, which should be triggered by hovering the left side of your slide, you can put a area there, give it a transparent background, and you can enter your event's name into the Event on mouseenter field.
You can set your area item's background color here.
You can add a gradient color to the area layer.
You can put border around the layer by setting a border width. After that you will be able to select the color and set the border style.
You can round the layer's corners.
You can give a fix width to the area.
You can give a fix height to the area.
You can put a link on the layer. Learn more about the link options at the Link documentation.
Specifies where to open the linked document.
The rel attribute specifies the relationship between the current document and the linked document.
You can enter custom CSS codes here, without selectors.
Learn about the responsive options at the Layer Style documentation.
Learn more about the effect options at the Layer Style documentation.
Learn about the position options at the Layer Style documentation.
Learn about the size options at the Layer Style documentation.
Learn more about the advanced options at the Layer Style documentation.
Learn about the animations at the Animation documentation.