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Fundamental building blocks resembling HTML tags, such as Text, Image, and Box.
Using themes you can create a consistent design for your site
Add some flash to your web pages with stylish animations, effects, and transformations.
Fine-tune your adaptive design
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.
Add ready-made blocks: maps, videos, pop-ups, and many more
Customizing design with breakpoints
By creating various solutions for elements at breakpoints, you can ensure that your website is mobile-friendly.
Adding and editing breakpoints
Use your own breakpoints or choose one of the ones that are already there.
The choice is yours on how to arrange elements on the page — nest them, move them, or drop them in the desired area.
Take control of multiple elements by selecting them and setting styles, moving, deleting, or doing more.
You can make parts of your text bold or italic, or turn them into links. The font face, size, and color are also up to you.
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
We follow up-to-date frontend coding approaches at Quarkly.
Configuring styles of pseudo-classes hover/active/focus, etc.
To change the appearance of an element, for example, the way it behaves on hover, just enable "hover" and set up the desired props.
Google Fonts Connection
Make use of fonts from a collection that includes over 990 font families to give your website a more vibrant appearance.
Quarkly is integrated with Unsplash, a high-quality image stock that makes it easy to find and use great photos.
Here you will find categorized style and functional properties.
This is where you can locate element display properties.
Check out this section to take advantage of text style properties.
You can modify the padding and margins using these settings.
The section contains props that enable you to set element backgrounds.
You can set borders and border radius in this section.
You can change the element position and z-index settings in this category.
This property makes an element move smoothly from one state to another.
Use this property to seamlessly transform your element, for example, by rotating or zooming.
Create custom React components using the code editor
In Quarkly, the code editor provides the ability to build unique React components and add them to the page.
The pages are written in JSX code typical for React.js.
Hot import from NPM
You can easily import modules from NPM to your component.
Optimize your site to promote it on search engines.
There is just one thing to do if you want to finish or host your project on your server: export it into an archive with a create-react-app project!
Fine-tune elements in the code editor.
Export to Gatsby Project
Export your projects to Gatsby, a highly regarded static site generator.
Pushing commits to your GitHub repository
Create a GitHub repository for your project and commit changes as you work.
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.
Modern built-in code editor
The Quarkly editor lets you see all the entities that are present on the page.
Errors in the component code or pages can be tracked by viewing the debug console.
Tooltips in the code
If you're unsure how to spell a property, start typing and the editor will provide suggestions.
Synched pages and code editor
Every change you make to a page is reflected in the code, and vice versa.
Share projects and work with your team members via Quarkly's collaboration tool. It's easy to use.
Any element can serve as a tag. Simply select the "as" property value you require.
You can give any element the required characteristics in the code editor.
This is an individual property that belongs to the “Image” element.
Make your devices stand out with unique icons and personalized tile background color on Windows 10.
Open graph and meta tags
Use these settings to ensure that your website appears as intended on social media and in search results.
Make sure you use human-readable URLs to improve your site's SEO.
Robots.txt and sitemap.xml
These files are automatically created. But you can edit them if necessary.
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