Editor : How to Set the Link Text Color for a Sub Headline Element

Matthew Nestor

This article will explain how to set the Link Text Color for a Sub Headline Element. This will allow you to make the link text stand out on the page. Changing the setting here will override the style guide.

Prior to getting started, you will need to have the following:

  • A page

  • A section and row on the page

  • A sub headline with linked text on the page

Step by Step Walk Through:

  1. Go to the editor on the page to which you wish to Change the color of the sub headline with linked text.

  2. Mouse over the sub headline element. Use one of these steps depending on what you see on the screen.

  3. If you see three dots. Click on the three dots.

    Click on Settings from the menu that appears.

  4. If you see the element title with other icons. Click on the gear icon.

  5. Scroll down to Link and click on the color bar.

  6. There are 4 ways to set your color:

    1. Click on the color pallet.

    2. Use the slider to set a color

    3. Enter a Hex color code.

    4. Choose from the color pallet.

  7. Then in the top right corner, click Save.

  8. Awesome job! The color has now been set for your linked text.

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