Last Updated on June 4, 2021
In this amazing update, we bring you a new way to customize the colors of your text across different blocks – even native WordPress blocks! This is available in version 1.17.0, so update now.
We’d like to show you our latest feature: Highlight Text. With this feature you can change the color or add a highlight color on any text on almost any block. Here it is in action:
The ability to change colors and highlights of individual words opens a lot of possibilities for your content. It can bring life to an otherwise monotonous tagline. It can also be used to emphasize branding points that are important to you and your audience.
It’s Really Simple To Use
The Highlight Text formatting tool can easily be accessed by highlighting any text, then opening up the More Rich Text Controls drop down in the toolbar. You can also use the shortcut CTRL+h (or ⌘+h in Macs) to quickly open the highlight text popup.
The highlight formatting tool is available for all Stackable blocks as well as the native WordPress blocks such as Heading, Paragraph, List, and more.
In the popup highlight picker, you can simply pick a color to change the text’s color. You can also turn on the Background Highlight toggle to highlight the background instead.
To make things easier, when using the background highlight color, the color of the text is automatically picked for you (white or dark) depending on the highlight color.
We also have other fixes which are for our Premium customers in this update:
- Support for media queries in custom CSS
- Support for rgba rules in custom CSS
- Responsive issues with the different Feature block layouts
Up until this point we have been mostly sticking to our own blocks (releasing new ones or enhancing our existing lineup). We’re excited to share our first shot at making additions to the native WordPress blocks. Let us know what you think of this update in the comments below.