Layout

Basic

Size and Position

Width Unit Width of the element.
Height Unit Height of the element.
Top Unit Offset from the top.
Left Unit Offset from the left.
Bottom Unit Offset from the bottom.
Right Unit Offset from the right.
Position Select absolute – Element is positioned relatively to its parent element.
relative – Element is positioned relatively to its position in the flow of its parent’s content.

Fill

Color Color Color to use as the background of the element. Can also be set via Home > Fill Color.
Image Media Image to use as the background of the element.

Borders

Style Select none – No border is shown.
solid – Border is a solid line.
dotted – Border is a dotted line.
dashed – Border is a dashed line.
double – Border is a double solid line.
groove – 3d groove, in colors based on <Borders / Color>.
ridge – 3d ridge, in colors based on <Borders / Color>.
inset – 3d inset, in colors based on <Borders / Color>.
outset – 3d outset, in colors based on <Borders / Color>.
Can also be set via Home > Border Style.
Width Unit Thickness of the border. Only relevant when <Borders / Style> is other than none. Can also be set via Home > Border Width.
Color Color Border color. Can also be set via Home > Border Color.

Normal

Fill

Repeat Select yes – <Fill / Image> is tiled horizontally and vertically, to fit the element’s size.
no – <Fill / Image> is not tiled.
horizontal – <Fill / Image> is tiled horizontally, to fit the element’s width.
vertical – <Fill / Image> is tiled vertically, to fit the element’s height.
Image Align X Select left – Align <Fill / Image> to the left of the element.
center – Align <Fill / Image> to the center of the element, horizontally.
right – Align <Fill / Image> to the right of the element.
Image Align Y Select top – Align <Fill / Image> to the top of the element.
center – Align <Fill / Image> to the center of the element, vertically.
bottom – Align <Fill / Image> to the bottom of the element.

Padding and Margin

Padding Unit Padding of the element, between its edges and its contents.
Margin Unit Margin of the element from the content surrounding it.

Overflow and Scroll

Vertical Overflow Select visible – Content exceeding the height of the element is not clipped, and a vertical scrollbar is not added.
scroll – A vertical scrollbar is added, and content exceeding the height of the element is clipped.
hidden – Content exceeding the height of the element is clipped, and a vertical scrollbar is not added.
auto – Content exceeding the height of the element is clipped, and a vertical scrollbar is added when necessary.
Horizontal Overflow Select visible – Content exceeding the width of the element is not clipped, and a horizontal scrollbar is not added.
scroll – A horizontal scrollbar is added, and content exceeding the width of the element is clipped.
hidden – Content exceeding the width of the element is clipped, and a horizontal scrollbar is not added.
auto – Content exceeding the width of the element is clipped, and a horizontal scrollbar is added when necessary.

Visibility and Z-Order

Visibility Select inherit – Element inherits its visibility from its parent element.
visible – Element is visible.
hidden – Element is invisible.
Z Index Number A number indicating the element’s position in the stacking order. An element with a higher number is displayed above an element with a lower number.

Float

Float Select none – Element is displayed in its position in its parent’s content flow.
left – Content of the parent element flows to the left of the element.
right – Content of the parent element flows to the right of the element.

Misc

Direction Select ltr – Content flows from left to right.
rtl – Content flows from right to left.
Can also be set via Home > Writing Direction.
Mouse Cursor Select all-scroll – Arrows pointing up, down, left, and right with a dot in the middle, indicating that the page can be scrolled in any direction.
auto – Automatically determine which cursor to display based on the current context.
col-resize – Arrows pointing left and right with a vertical bar separating them, indicating an item/column can be resized horizontally.
crosshair – A cross-hair.
default – The default system cursor.
hand – Hand with the first finger pointing up, indicating pressing the element will result in an action.
help – Arrow with question mark, indicating help is available.
move – Crossed arrows, indicating the element is to be moved.
no-drop – Hand with a small circle with a line through it, indicating that the dragged item cannot be dropped over the element.
not-allowed – Circle with a line through it, indicating an action is not allowed.
progress – Arrow with an hourglass next to it, indicating that a process is running in the background.
row-resize – Arrows pointing up and down with a horizontal bar separating them, indicating an item/row can be resized vertically.
text – A vertical I-bar, indicating the text is editable.
vertical-text – A horizontal I-bar, indicating the text is editable.
wait – An hourglass, indicating a process is currently running.
N-resize – North pointing arrow, indicating an item can be resized.
NE-resize – North-east pointing arrow, indicating an item can be resized.
NW-resize – North-west pointing arrow, indicating an item can be resized.
S-resize – South pointing arrow, indicating an item can be resized.
SE-resize – South-east pointing arrow, indicating an item can be resized.
SW-resize – South-west pointing arrow, indicating an item can be resized.
E-resize – East pointing arrow, indicating an item can be resized.
W-resize – West pointing arrow, indicating an item can be resized.

Advanced

Fill

Image Position X Unit Horizontal position of <Fill / Image>, according to <Fill / Image Align X>.
Image Position Y Unit Vertical position of <Fill / Image>, according to <Fill / Image Align Y>.

Borders

Top Style Select Same as <Borders / Style>, affecting only the top section of the border.
Top Width Unit Thickness of the top section of the border. Only relevant when <Borders / Top Style> is other than none.
Top Color Color Color of the top section of the border.
Right Style Select Same as <Borders / Style>, affecting only the right section of the border.
Right Width Unit Thickness of the right section of the border. Only relevant when <Borders / Right Style> is other than none.
Right Color Color Color of the right section of the border.
Bottom Style Select Same as <Borders / Style>, affecting only the bottom section of the border.
Bottom Width Unit Thickness of the bottom section of the border. Only relevant when <Borders / Bottom Style> is other than none.
Bottom Color Color Color of the bottom section of the border.
Left Style Select Same as <Borders / Style>, affecting only the left section of the border.
Left Width Unit Thickness of the left section of the border. Only relevant when <Borders / Left Style> is other than none.
Left Color Color Color of the left section of the border.

Padding and Margin

Padding Top Unit Padding of the element, between its top edge and its contents.
Padding Right Unit Padding of the element, between its right edge and its contents.
Padding Bottom Unit Padding of the element, between its bottom edge and its contents.
Padding Left Unit Padding of the element, between its left edge and its contents.
Margin Top Unit Margin of the element from the content to the top of it.
Margin Right Unit Margin of the element from the content to the right of it.
Margin Bottom Unit Margin of the element from the content to the bottom of it.
Margin Left Unit Margin of the element from the content to the left of it.

Float

Clear Select none – Element can be displayed alongside floating content.
left – Element is moved below any floating content on its left.
right – Element is moved below any floating content on its right.
both – Element is moved below any floating content.
Line Alignment Select top – Vertically aligns text lines to the top.
bottom – Vertically aligns text lines to the bottom.