Block Styling

When a Block is selected, it can be styled under the 'Block Styling' tab in the Toolbox. Styling can include changing the text color, background color, borders, typography, or dimensions of the Block. This allows you to customize the look and feel of the application based on themes or color palettes for your specific organization. You can also customize the style of certain actions such as hovering over or clicking a button, or changing the style for every second Block.

Style Groups

A Block can also be assigned to a style group where a common set of styles can be configured and applied to multiple Blocks at the same time.
Certain Blocks such as content cards or cards that are dragged onto the canvas already have pre-existing style groups, such as grids. These will show up under the 'Style Group'.
If you have a Style Group selected and make changes to any of the styling configurations, the styling will automatically be applied to all the Blocks that are also in that style group. For example, if two grids have a style group called box-card, and you select only one of the grids and change the background to light blue, that change will also be applied to the other grid.
To make changes without affecting other blocks, deselect the style group and make the changes.
You can add multiple style groups at a time. If a Block has multiple style groups and you only want to apply styling to one of them, make sure only that style group is selected when configuring new styles.
If multiple style groups are selected and the styling is changed, the styling will be applied to both of them together. For example, if you have two style groups, box-card, and lightgreen, and you apply styling to both of them, that styling will only be applied to Blocks that have both box-card and lightgreen style groups.


Styles can also be configured for different devices. See the Devices article for more details on devices.

Style Sections


When not using 'auto', the supported css units for the dimension properties are:
  • fixed: px
  • relative: % and vh/vw

Flex Layout

Recommended reading: Flex and How to Use Flex.


CSS Property
font-family specifies the font for an element: Arial, Arial Black, Brush Script MT, Comic Sans MS, Courier New, Georgia, Helvetica, Impact, Lucida Sans Unicode, Tahoma, Times New Roman, Trebuchet MS, Verdana
Font size
font-size sets the size of a font. Either string or an integer along with a fixed (px) or relative (%, em, rem, vh, or vw) css unit.
Font Weight
font-weight sets how thick or thin characters in text should be displayed: Thin, Extra-Light, Light, Normal, Medium, Semi-Bold, Bold, Extra-Bold, or Ultra-Bold.
Font Style
Line Height
line-height specifies the height of a line using a fixed (px) or relative (%, em, rem, vw, or vh) css unit.
Font Color
color specifies the color of text by name, RGB, or RGBA.
Text Align
text-align specifies the horizontal alignment of text in an element: Left (default), Center, Right, or Justify.
Text Decoration
text-decoration specifies the decoration added to the text: Underline, Strikethrough, or None (default).
Word Spacing
Letter Spacing
Either string or an integer along with a fixed (px) or relative (%, em, or rem) css unit.
Wrap Text
Sets whether text should be wrapped: Yes or No.
Wrap Text At
The options are Spaces, Capitals and Symbols, and Anywhere.


CSS Property
Background Color
The background of an element is the total size of the element, including padding and border (but not the margin).
Border Width
Border Style
border-style sets the style of an element's four borders: Solid, Dotted, Dashed, Double, Groove, Ridge, Inset, Outset, or None.
Border Color
Border Radius
  • Image (file or URL)
  • Repeat (repeat, repeat-x, repeat-y, no-repeat)
  • Position (left top, left center, left bottom, right top, right center, right bottom, center top, center center, center bottom,
  • Attachment (scroll, fixed, local)
  • Size (auto, cover, contain)

Advanced Styling

These styling options are rarely needed, but they provide additional flexibility for expert users.

Advanced position and displayed styling

CSS Property
display specifies the type of rendering box of an element: block, inline, inline-block, flex (default), or none.
position specifies the type of positioning used for an element: static (default), relative, absolute, or fixed.
The supported css units for properties marked with a * are:
  • fixed: px
  • relative: % and vh/vw

Extra advanced styling

CSS Property
  • transition-property (all, width, height, background-color, transform, box-shadow, opacity)
  • transition-duration how many seconds the effect lasts
  • Easing (linear, ease, ease-in, ease-out, ease-in-out)
perspective defines how far the object is away from the user. A lower value will result in a more intensive 3D effect than a higher value.
Z Index
  • rotateX() rotates an element around its X-axis at a given degree.
  • rotateY() rotates an element around its Y-axis at a given degree.
  • rotateZ() rotates an element around its Z-axis at a given degree.
  • scaleX() defines a 3D scale transformation by giving a value for the X-axis.
  • scaleY() defines a 3D scale transformation by giving a value for the Y-axis.
  • scaleZ() defines a 3D scale transformation by giving a value for the Z-axis.
Pointer Events

Advanced flex layout styling

Typography advanced styling

CSS Property
Text Shadow
text-shadow adds one or more layers to the text, each comprising an X position, Y position, and Blur (px or %) - as well as a Color (name, RGB, or RGBA).

Advanced decoration styling

CSS Property
opacity sets the transparency of an element, where 1 is not at all transparent, 0.5 is 50% see-through, and 0 is completely transparent.
Box Shadow
box-shadow adds one or more shadow layers to an element, each comprising an X position, Y position, Blur, and Spread (px or %) - as well as a Color (name, RGB, or RGBA) and Shadow Type (Outside, Inside).

Further Reading

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