All-in-one website builder on React — Quarkly. Visual interface, adaptive design settings, code editor, React components, all possibilities of CSS. Publish your website online or export it to GithubCreate Project
Primitive content elements function similarly to HTML tags. For example, Text, Image, and Вох.
Build a professional-looking design using themes
Make your site stand out from the crowd with eye-catching layouts, animations, and transformations.
Fine-tune your adaptive design
On the Layer panel, choose the element or group of elements you want to convert to a component. All of the props will be inherited if you add duplicates of the components to the page.
Add premade blocks, including videos, pop-ups, maps, and more.
Customizing design with breakpoints
Ensure your website is fully responsive by using tailored design solutions for elements at breakpoints.
Adding and editing breakpoints
You can use your own custom breakpoints, or select one of the existing ones.
Move elements around, place them however you want on the page, or nest them in other elements.
This option allows you to select multiple elements and change their styles, place them on the page, etc.
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-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.
Transform the appearance of an element, including its hover behavior, by turning on "hover" and adjusting the desired properties.
Google Fonts Connection
Make your website look more vibrant by using fonts from a library with over 990 font families.
One of the most well-liked free photo sites is Unsplash. From the Quarkly interface, you can search for and choose images.
Style and utility characteristics are categorized here.
Element display properties can be found here.
Browse text style properties in this section
Margin and padding configuration is available here.
Use the props in this section to customize element backgrounds.
You can define borders and border radius using these options.
This category helps you configure the position and z-index settings of elements.
Elements can easily transition from one state to another thanks to this property.
This property will help you transform the element, for instance, rotate or zoom.
Create custom React components using the code editor
You can build and add custom React components to your Quarkly pages using the code editor.
The pages are written in JSX code typical for React.js.
Hot import from NPM
If necessary, quickly import modules into your component through NPM.
Optimize your site to promote it on search engines.
One of the final steps to complete your project is to 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 work to Gatsby, 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 it's ready. A technical domain will be created automatically for it, for example: https://inspiring-beaver-d128ed.netlify.app.
Modern built-in code editor
In the Quarkly editor, you can find all the entities of the page.
Monitor component code and page errors using the debug console.
Tooltips in the code
If you're not sure how to spell a property, type the first few letters and the editor will complete it for you.
Synched pages and code editor
As you make changes to the pages, the changes display in the code and vice versa.
Profit from the Quarkly collaboration tool by inviting your colleagues to work on a project with you.
Every component can act as a tag. Just choose the “as” property value that you need.
You can set desired attributes to elements in the code editor.
A unique attribute 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
These settings are meant for the correct display of your website in search engine results and social media
Make sure your site's URLs are human-readable to improve search engine optimization.
Robots.txt and sitemap.xml
These files are automatically produced. However, you are free to modify them as you see fit in the future.
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