Do you want to save your web design time by copying and pasting styling for similar elements on the page?
With Thrive Architect, you can copy styling options like the color, style, colors, size, and more to use in another element on the page.
Note: The Copy-Paste Styling feature works for elements of the same family on the same page. You can copy and paste styling between buttons, content boxes, etc. It won’t work on Blocks and Background sections.
In this article, we’ll see how you can use the Copy and paste styling option for Thrive Architect elements present on the same page.
Copying the Style of a Thrive Architect Element
Before copying the style, you’ll need to add and style the element as required.
First, let’s consider you have a few buttons on a single page and want them to look the same with different calls to action.
To Copy-paste Styling, ensure you open the page in the Thrive Architect editor. To open the page in the editor, open your WordPress admin area, navigate the Pages -> All Pages, hover on the page you want to edit, and click Edit with Thrive Architect.
In the Thrive editor, click the button to copy the styling and click the “three dots” to open more options.
When you click the three dots, click Copy Style to copy the styling settings of this button.
Pasting the Style into Another Thrive Architect Element
Once you’ve copied the styling from button one, click on the other button you want to copy the style from and then click the three dots to open more options.
When you click the three dots to open more options, click Paste Style to paste the styling copied from the previous button.
After you click the Paste style option, you’ll see the new button styled exactly like the one you copied the styling from.
Similarly, you can copy and paste styles across multiple elements of the same family on the same page.
Next, have you selected multiple elements to style them together? Here’s a document that’ll help you learn more.