Now the block’s Structure can be set up separately from its Background. As before, the Structure consists of:
1. Elements within the block sticking to the screen edges
Tip: Fluid blocks are good for sliders and galleries. But it’s not recommended to fill this kind of blocks with big texts, it doesn’t look beautiful.
2. Padding settings between the elements
Tip: It’s ok not to use paddings if you place images or cards next to each other. But it’s no good to use a block without paddings if it contains text elements.
What else has been changed?
The Background settings now look like this:
Not much, but the list will be extended in the near future :)
We’ve also added a new Color Overlay option for the background. Before, if you configured an image as a block’s background, you might have gotten the following:
Not really readable, right? With the new option you can make it look like this:
In the Overlay settings, you can choose from 4 pre-configured color options (to avoid garish and awkward combinations) or set a custom one:
The rest of the settings on the left menu stayed unchanged and belong to the background image and its animation.
A word to the wise — don’t go overboard with parallax. See you soon! :)