Go to Settings > Website > Themes to customize your theme:
Here are all the theme settings included with Act3 and their effect on your pages, grouped by category, as they appear in the editor:
This is where you'll define your theme fonts. For consistency and best practices, we recommend using the same font on all fields and only choosing weight variations for the normal and bold text. If possible, use websafe fonts (e.g., Arial, Georgia, Times New Roman, Tahoma, Verdana, Helvetica, etc.) for better page speed. External fonts, such as Google Fonts, may have an impact on your page speed.
The default width of your content, set in pixels.
You can change or remove this on a particular section by clicking the section, then Alignment and spacing and Center content to specify a Maximum content width, or Full width to remove this maximum width altogether:
This is the default padding at the top and bottom of your sections, and it can be different on large and small screens.
Some default templates contain sections that have this value adjusted to that particular design.
You can change or remove this padding on a particular section by clicking the section, then Alignment and spacing > Padding and margin and make sure the Padding tab is selected, then adjust the Top and/or Bottom values:
You can do the same while editing for mobile.
The regular space between columns, cards, headings, text elements, etc. You may probably not need to change this, but if you do, please keep it relatively small (e.g., 15px, 20px, 30px, etc, are all good values).
Learn more about the headers and these options from our Header documentation.
Learn more about the footers and these options from our Footer documentation.
Starting Version 28.