Branding provides a flexible way for you to define different aspects of your website’s brand. Once branding properties are defined, your editors can easily customize everything in one centralized place, the Branding Editor. When your website editors customize the properties, they get a preview of their branding changes immediately.
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Available (with limitations) in: Developer Edition
By adding branding properties to your website, page templates, or widgets, you can easily define and change those aspects of your website’s brand without needing to edit your Cascading Style Sheet.
Here are examples of aspects that you might define that are related to your website’s brand:
- The website’s background, page, or link colors
- Font size and color
- The logo or header background image
- The thickness and color of lines
To use branding in your website, you must:
- Define the parts of your site that make up your brand by creating a branding property for each aspect such as background color, logo, and fonts. You complete this task from Branding Properties within Site Configuration.
- Use expression language syntax to replace the current definitions for these properties within your Cascading Style Sheets with the new branding properties.
- Use the Branding Editor to customize the properties and preview how your website will look.
The branding properties can also be accessed by using expression language syntax directly from within a custom code block or content block.