Headings as Links

Links cannot be styled as headings in webpages.

In most cases, styling a link as a heading is not recommended, which is why we’ve eliminated the possibility of styling links as headings.

  • If a heading is also a link, it will appear as a regular heading.
  • To make a heading/link appear as a link again, just remove the heading style.

Image Size Cheat Sheet

Here are some useful dimensions for resizing images:

Download the PDF Image Size Cheat Sheet

How to Crop Images

There are many ways to crop and resize images. The WYSIWYG editor allows us to resize images, but it does not allow us to crop them. Photoshop is our #1 photo editing software, but it can take time to learn and is costly. If you’re looking for a quick and easy way to crop photos, we recommend Pixlr, a browser-based photo editing tool. Visit http://pixlr.com and take a look at the tutorial below to learn more.

Download the Pixlr Tutorial

New Buttons

We’ve included some new button styles with the updated designs:

Buttons created before the design updates are displaying as solid grey buttons. To get the arrow or file extension to display, you will need to re-apply a button style as either a link style or document style.

Some Facts

  • Document Buttons will detect the type of document and display its extension.
  • If there is too much text for the button, the arrow or doc extension won’t display.
  • If there is way too much text for the button, the text will be cut off at the end of the button.
  • Buttons that take up the entire width of the page are not recommended.
  • If a link has too much text for a button, then it should be styled as a regular link.