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These are the most basic components similar to HTML tags: Text, Image, Вох, and others.
Build a professional-looking design using themes
Now your website will be noticed! Use our unique animations, catchy layouts, and transformations.
Fine-tune your adaptive design
Create a component from one or more objects on the page or from the Layer panel. Add copies of the component to the page, and they will inherit all the props.
Add ready-made blocks: maps, videos, pop-ups, and many more
Customizing design with breakpoints
You can make sure your site is mobile-friendly by designing different solutions for elements at breakpoints.
Adding and editing breakpoints
You can add custom breakpoints or edit existing ones in the project theme.
You decide where to place the elements. Move them wherever you want, or nest them in other elements.
You can select multiple elements and apply formatting to them, drag them to another spot in the document, or remove them from their current location.
You can change the appearance of text in many ways. For example, you can italicize it or make it bold. You can also make it into a link or turn it into a span element.
Double-clicking the hierarchy of elements will take you up and down the element structure. If you want to get inside the structure, hold down the Ctrl key on Windows or the Cmd key on MacOs.
Support of Flexbox and Grid
We follow up-to-date frontend coding approaches at Quarkly.
Configuring styles of pseudo-classes hover/active/focus, etc.
To change the way an element looks, such as its appearance on hover, enable the "hover" prop and set other desired props.
Google Fonts Connection
Make your website look more vibrant by using fonts from a library with over 990 font families.
Browse Unsplash's collection of free images and choose directly from the Quarkly interface.
Make use of the categorized style and props to your advantage.
Check out this section to use element display properties.
In this section, you can change text styles using special properties
To configure margins and paddings, open these settings.
This section contains props for setting up element backgrounds.
Here you can adjust borders and border radius.
This category lets you fine-tune element position and z-index settings.
This property makes an element change smoothly from one state to another.
With this property, you can transform the element, for instance, rotate or zoom.
Creating custom React components in the code editor
With the Quarkly code editor, you can create custom React components and then use them on a webpage.
The pages are written in JSX code typical for React.js
Hot import from NPM
Import modules to your component with ease, if needed.
Optimize your site to promote it on search engines
One step to complete your project or host it on your own server: export it into an archive with a create-react-app project.
Fine-tune elements in the code editor
Export to Gatsby Project
You can easily export your projects to Gatsby, which is a popular static site generator.
Pushing commits to your GitHub repository
You can create a GitHub repository for your project and commit changes.
Publication on Netlify
Publish your site on Netlify once you're ready for it to go live. A technical domain will be created automatically for it, like: https://inspiring-beaver-d128ed.netlify.app
Modern built-in code editor
The editor shows all the entities that are present on the page.
When there are errors in the component code or pages, they can be seen in the debug console.
Tips in the code
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
All edits you apply to the pages are shown in the code and vice versa.
Work together as a team
Benefit from the Quarkly collaboration tool: work on a project with your team by just sending them an invite.
Every component can act as a tag. Just choose the “as” property value that you need.
You can set attributes to elements in the code editor.
This is an individual property that belongs to the “Image” element.
This feature helps you to install unique icons for all devices.
Open graph and meta tags
These settings will help your site display correctly on social networks and in search engines.
It's a good idea to use human-readable URLs to improve your site's search engine optimization.
Robots.txt and sitemap.xml
These files are created automatically, but you can edit them as you see fit.
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