On this panel, all page elements are presented as a nested list. Here you can select, move, nest, duplicate, rename and delete elements.
On this panel, all project pages are presented as a nested list.
Here you can find ready-to-use values grouped into sections for different purposes. If you change the theme value, the changes will be applied in every place where you've used it.
This shows how the page is going to look for your site visitors. There are no controls or panels in this mode, but you can see how interactive effects and animated components work.
You can move pages any way you want so that the panels don’t overlap them.
Zoom in and out to get an overall view of the page design or to take a closer look at the details.
Resize to see how the page is displayed on devices with a different screen width.
Arrange elements however you want on the page, drop them on the desired area or nest them in other elements.
Drag & Drop + position absolute
Move elements to any place on the page using the "position absolute" option.
You can select multiple elements and set their styles, drag to another place, remove and more.
You can make part of the text bold or italic, turn it into a link or convert to span and apply any style to it.
Now you can see and take into account distances between elements. If you choose an element, hold down the Alt key and after that hover on another element, Quarkly will show you the distance to this element.
With the double click you can go up and down the hierarchy of elements. If you need to get inside the hierarchy, hold down the Ctrl key on Windows and the Cmd key on MacOs.
This offers categorized style and functional properties.
Here you can find element display properties.
Go to this section to find text style properties.
Here you can configure margins and paddings.
This section contains props for setting up element backgrounds.
Here you can configure borders and border radius.
This category allows you to adjust element position and z-index settings.
This property offers additional design opportunities.
This property allows you to set the element shadow.
This property makes an element transit smoothly from one state to another.
This property allows you to transform the element, for example, rotate or zoom.
With this property you can set up a wide variety of visual effects.
Configuring styles of pseudo-classes hover/active/focus, etc.
To change the way an element looks, for example how it appears on hover, just enable "hover" and configure the desired props.
Support of Flexbox and Grid
Here at Quarkly, we support the most advanced approaches to frontend coding.
Google Fonts Connection
Make your website design more expressive by connecting fonts from a library with more than 990 font families.
Unsplash is one of the most popular free image stocks. Search and select images directly from the Quarkly interface.
The simplest, most basic components similar to HTML tags. For example, Text, Image, Вох.
Quarkly UI library
Complex, composite ready-made components designed for specific tasks. For example, GoogleMaps, Section, Stack.
Ready-to-use thematic blocks
These are groups of components with thematic content. You can do whatever you want with blocks, just as you do with regular components.
Popular open-source UI libraries
Components from Ant Design, Material UI, Bootstrap React, Semantic UI.
Modern built-in code editor
The editor shows all the entities that are present on the page. Here you can add components, props and their values. There are also many additional commands to make your work easier.
Synched pages and code editor
All changes made to the pages are displayed in the code and vice versa.
If you don't know exactly how to spell a property, start typing and the editor will help you.
Errors in the component code or pages can be seen in the debug console.
Creating components on a page
Choose an element or a group of elements on the page or on the Layer panel and turn them into a component. Add component copies to the page and they will inherit all the props.
Creating custom React components in the code editor
In Quarkly, you can create custom React components in the code editor and then place them on the page.
Hot import of NPM modules
You can import modules to your component from NPM.
Displaying custom props on the panel
Any properties of a custom component can be displayed on the right panel.
Customizing design with breakpoints
Make sure your site is 100% adaptive by using different design solutions for elements at breakpoints.
Editing and adding breakpoints
You can add custom breakpoints or edit existing ones in the project theme.
You can change the technical domain name and connect your personal domain name to the site.
Tags inside <head> and <body>
Inside <head> you can place the following tags: script, link, meta, and style. And before the closing <body> tag you can add: script, link, and style.
Each component can act as a tag. Just select the desired value of the “as” property.
You can add meta tags to elements in the code editor.
This is a separate property of the “Image” element.
Install unique icons for different devices and individual tile background color for Windows 10.
Meta tags and open graph
Configure these settings for the correct display of your website in search engine results and social media.
This feature allows you to set user-friendly page URLs.
Sitemap.xml and robots.txt
These files are created automatically for you to edit further.
After exporting or publishing your site, you get clean, optimized HTML with no unnecessary elements or props.
Share your project with colleagues
You can work on a project together with your colleagues: just send them an invitation link.
You can give access rights to edit, comment, or view only.
Review your colleagues work
All collaborators' actions are displayed on the page, so you can control the workflow.
Export to Create React App
If you want to finish or host your project on your server, you can export it into an archive with a create-react-app project.
Export to Gatsby Project
You can export your projects to Gatsby — one of the most popular static site generators.
Pushing commits to your GitHub repository
You can create a GitHub repository for your project and commit changes.
Publication on Netlify
When your site is ready, publish it on Netlify with a technical domain name such as https://inspiring-beaver-d128ed.netlify.app.
Copy-paste of component styles
To copy styles of one element and apply to another, press Cmd (Ctrl) + Alt + C and Cmd (Ctrl) + Alt + V respectively.
Mathematical operations in input fields
You can use mathematical operations with some values in the fields. For example, 24px / 2 will give 12px. If the expression has different values, the result will turn into css-function calc().
Most of the actions have shortcuts. To find out the key combination for a certain action, mouse over a button, icon or property and a hint will appear.
Undo / Redo
Use the "Undo" and "Redo" commands respectively to undo the changes and redo your last actions.