How To Create a Complete Web Design Style Guide

How To Create a Complete Web Design Style Guide

Web technologies and design trends are constantly evolving. This applies to businesses, too, so you’ll need to refresh your brand language over time. As a result, your style guide won’t remain static. Rather, you should expect right from its creation that you’ll make changes to it regularly.

This requires flexibility and attention to detail as a designer. You’ll need to keep up with the latest industry trends and be willing to adapt to them.

To help you keep your design language consistent, Elementor 3.0 is introducing Global Site Settings. Now you can manage your entire site within the Editor. The new Site Settings panel provides many configuration tools and gives you a central place to modify all of your site options.

Within any page you edit with Elementor, go to the left-hand panel and click on the top-left icon. This will take you to the Global Settings panel. Here, you can access many of your site’s settings, such as the lightbox settings, as well as layout defaults.

You’ll also find Site Identity options for customizing your cross-site identity with options related to your logo, favicon, title, tagline, and more. In the Design System section of Site Settings, Global Colors and Global Fonts enable you to enforce site-wide design consistency as well.

Layout enables you to define Elementor’s default layout settings, such as content width and page layout. Lightbox lets you set the default styling of Elementor lightboxes. Theme Style provides global settings to define default styling for various non-Elementor related elements, such as headings, buttons, images, and form fields.

With these new features, you can ensure design consistency and brand recognition throughout your website.

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