This feature allows you to act on the characters, alignment, borders, margins, colors, and CSS code, either for the selected element or for its named style if it has one.
All element popups have a style selector and a button to modify style properties, which will be applied to the selected style. The Local style is the element own properties.
Some properties may not appear in the settings where they are inapplicable to the selected element. Some properties applied to a block (especially settings of text) are transmitted to elements in the block.
The settings for the local style show and allow you to act on specific settings for this element, overloading those of any associated named style.
The settings for a named style show and allow you to act with the settings in this style.
The settings can be applied to the links or subparts of the element; the setting of is done separately and successively (remember to record each time) for each link state (general, mouseover...) or subpart; see also the page create an internal and external link.
This function deletes all the settings according with the context:
The absolute width (fixed) is reserved for blocks or raw texts. To give a fixed width to an element or a page, you must encapsulate it in a block for which you will set the width. This width is internal, it does not include margins and borders.
Min and max width are also settable.
The borders of the four sides can receive settings individually for thickness, line type and color.
Corners can be individually rounded by setting the radius values.
Setting padding and margin using the wheel or by direct input of the value. The padding is within the borders, the margin is outside them.
Negative margins may be set only by typing the value in the input field.
The padding makes selection and manipulation of an element easy. To better grasp an item, it can be temporarily given padding and remove them after handling.