What’s a Rich Text element?
The rich text element allows you to create and format headings, paragraphs, blockquotes, images, and video all in one place instead of having to add and format them individually. Just double-click and easily create content.
Static and dynamic content editing
A rich text element can be used with static or dynamic content. For static content, just drop it into any page and begin editing. For dynamic content, add a rich text field to any collection and then connect a rich text element to that field in the settings panel. Voila!
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How to customize formatting for each rich text
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Headings, paragraphs, blockquotes, figures, images, and figure captions can all be styled after a class is added to the rich text element using the "When inside of" nested selector system.
Countless Design tools in the market promise to be a one-stop solution for all design challenges. The typical web design workflow falls short on both the design part as well as the development side. This article will discuss 'A New Generation of No Code' the future of web development platform- Webflow
Webflow makes the stressful part of web development easier and because of that developers can work faster and workflow becomes very smooth. Webflow attempts to simplify the process of web design by enabling you to design and develop at the same time. With the help of Webflow, everyone can create powerful, flexible websites as easily as they create documents.” It is an all-in-one design platform that you can use to go from the initial idea to a ready-to-use product.
Photo of our website built with Webflow
If you’re a web developer, this question might arise in your mind “Why Webflow?” In this blog, we’ll go over 6 reasons why you should start coding visually with Webflow.
1) With the help of Webflow Developers will quickly grasp Webflow’s UI
Using Webflow you just drag our cleanly coded, fully responsive HTML elements onto the canvas and style them using familiar visual tools. Webflow provides a series of quick how-to videos. They are handy for anyone who’s using Webflow for the first time. And because of that can work that much faster.
2)Webflow CMS lets you design all the pages at once
Websites that are meant to live and grow rely heavily on the CMS. Webflow, gives you the freedom to create whatever content type your site needs. And you have known how important it is to build your sites using real content can be. The best part about it is you can craft your design around that content from scratch.
Also editing and updating content for a Webflow site is straightforward. In short with the help of Webflow Designers can build sites with real content and utilize Webflow’s CMSCollections—content templates that other teams can use without technical skills
3)Using custom code in webflow
Powering layouts with custom CMS content can be very helpful. The most important steps to using custom code are to stay organized. Understanding the basics of code can help you unlock even more potential in your projects using custom code.
4)Build custom interaction and animation
Webflow gives designers the tools to create their unique interactions. Webflow’s interactions and animations tool lets you control animations like
- Mouse position
- auto-loading elements
- Scroll Positions
And because of that web design becomes more visually creative and accessible.
5)Build landing pages faster and more easily
With the help of Webflow, you can create landing pages quicker than you take to read this. Using Webflow you can create customizable, highly targeted landing pages and can also create a landing page from scratch with webflow or set your clients up with dynamic landing page templates they can use to build landing pages on their own. Different types of landing pages you can create using webflow are listed
- Promotional Landing Pages
- Custom Landing Pages
- Geotargeted Landing Pages
Webflow Bridges the gap between developers and designers and makes work faster and easier. You won’t waste time by using one piece of software to build prototypes and another to turning those prototypes into real products.