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Making custom React components in the code editor
With the Quarkly code editor, you can create unique React components and then place them on the page.
Export to Gatsby Project
In no time, you can export your projects to Gatsby — one of the best open-source SSGs
Pushing commits to your GitHub repository
If needed, you can create a GitHub repository for your project and commit changes.
Publication on Netlify
Publish your site on Netlify once it's ready. A technical domain will be created automatically for it, for example: https://inspiring-beaver-d128ed.netlify.app.
Guide for developers
How-to instructions with detailed information about developing components for Quarkly, building apps, and more.
Hot import of NPM modules
Import modules to your component from NPM in no time, if needed.
Export to Create React App
If you need to complete or host your project on your own server, it's easy: just export it into an archive with a create-react-app project.
Modern built-in code editor
In the Quarkly editor, you can find all the entities of the page.
If you have doubts about how to spell a property, start typing, and the editor will auto-complete what you're writing.
Synched pages and code editor
Whatever changes you make to the pages, they all will be displayed in the code and vice versa.
Our debug console will help you track errors in the component code and pages.
Now your website will be noticed! Use our unique animations, catchy layouts, and transformations.
Displaying custom props on the panel
All custom component properties can be shown on the right panel.
With themes, you can craft a consistent site design
Customizing design with breakpoints
Your website is completely responsive to mobile devices by using different design solutions for elements at breakpoints.
Adding and editing breakpoints
You have an opportunity to use breakpoints of the project theme or download your own ones.
Text, Image, Box — the most basic components similar to HTML tags.
Creating components on a page
Select an element or a group of elements on the Layer panel and turn it into a component. Add copies of the components to the page and all the props will be inherited.
You decide where to place the elements. Move them wherever you want, or nest them in other elements.
You can select multiple elements to set their styles, drag'n'drop them to another place, remove, etc.
If needed, you can change part of the text into bold or italic, link or convert it to span, or edit its style.
Double-click to go up and down the hierarchy of elements. To dive into the hierarchy, hold down the Ctrl key on Windows and the Cmd key on MacOs.
Support of Flexbox and Grid
At Quarkly, we keep up with the up-to-date frontend coding approaches.
Configuring styles of pseudo-classes hover/active/focus, etc.
To change the element appearance, for example, the way it behaves on hover, enable "hover" and apply the desired props.
Use the library of over 990 font families to make your site look more beautiful
Browse the Unsplash image collection and choose those you need directly from the Quarkly interface.
Take advantage of the categorized style and functional props.
Benefit from the Quarkly collaboration tool: work on a project with your team by just sending them an invite.
Use the ready-made blocks such as pop-ups, maps, videos, and many more!
You won't have to get the hang of things due to a predictable and familiar workflow.
Ready-to-go themed blocks
Benefit from component blocks with thematic content. Customize them the way you like as you do with regular components.
Contains over 40 components, and the catalog never stops growing.
All components can act as a tag. Just select the necessary “as” property value.
In the code editor, you can assign desired attributes to any element.
A separate property belonging to the “Image” element.
This feature helps you install unique icons for all devices and individual tile background color for Windows 10.
Meta tags and open graph
These settings are meant for the correct display of your website in search engine results and social media
Clean URLs will help you improve your site's SEO.
Sitemap.xml and robots.txt
These files are created automatically. But you can edit them if needed.
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