You can adjust color for text and non-image background areas within a 'Web Section'. You can customize colors using the color slider bar, via hex code entry, or by clicking on a suggested previous color, in the color picker options.
Adjusting text color
Click on the text you wish to adjust color for. You'll see it highlighted and the text-edit toolbar will pop up below.
On the top right, click the color droplet icon. This opens the color customization panel.
Custom Color tab
Top right box — This is a manual entry box for hex color codes. View a site such as color-hex.com to obtain a hex code.
Below you will see 3 horizontal slider bars, each with their own purpose.
Top slider — Select the general color range.
Middle slider — Choose the specific color within that general color range. This will automatically apply the change.
Last slider — Adjust opacity of your text (example: fading effect).
Square box — On the bottom right is a preview of the customized color.
Previous Color tab
You may also click on the 'Previous Color' tab to see suggested colors, or a history of color changes.
Adjust background color for a web section
To adjust the background color of a web section, click on the color palette icon in top right corner.
You will see separate tabs for Palette, History, and Custom.
Palette — Suggested color options.
History — Displays previous colors used on the page.
Custom — This tab has the same customization options as the text color editor mentioned above.
Colors can not be changed for background colors on text buttons.