Fragment Style Reference

This reference documents all the Fragment Styles available. To access the Styles menu, navigate to the Site Administration menu → Site BuilderPages. Click Edit next to the desired page and then the Selection (Selection icon) icon.

Container Width

If you use a Container Fragment, you can configure the Container Width to determine whether the Container Fragment’s width is static, especially if the browser window changes size.

You can configure the container to be either Fluid or Fixed Width.

Setting Description
Fluid The Container's width changes if the browser window is resized; you can configure the Left and Right Margins (see below).
Fixed Width The Left and Right Margins are of a fixed size.


Many of the styles correspond to CSS classes. If you know CSS, many of the following fields will be familiar.

Many of the following styles have defined tokens; see Creating a Style Book and Style Book Token Definitions for more information.


Configure the Fragment’s margins using these settings:

Field Description
Margin Top Sets the top margin of an element.
Margin Bottom Sets the bottom margin of an element.
Margin Left Sets the left margin of an element.
Margin Right Sets the right margin of an element.


An element’s padding is the space between its content and its border.

Field Description
Padding Top Sets the top padding (space) of an element.
Padding Bottom Sets the bottom padding of an element.
Padding Left Sets the left padding of an element.
Padding Right Sets the right padding of an element.


Configure the element’s dimensions.

Field Description
Width This is the width of the element.
Height This is the height of the element.
Min Width If scaling, this is the minimum width.
Max Width If scaling, this is the maximum width.
Min Height If scaling, this is the minimum height.
Max Height If scaling, this is the maximum height.


The overflow property specifies what should happen if content overflows an element’s box.

This property specifies whether to clip content or to add scrollbars when an element’s content is too big to fit in a specified area.

Field Description
Default The default is Visible (see below).
Visible The overflow is not clipped. It renders outside the element's box.
Hidden The overflow is clipped, and the rest of the content is invisible.
Scroll The overflow is clipped, but a scroll-bar is added to see the rest of the content.
Auto If overflow is clipped, a scroll-bar should be added to see the rest of the content.


You can configure how the element texts appear.

Field Description
Font Family Specifies the font for an element.
Font Weight Sets how thick or thin characters in text should be displayed.
Font Size Sets the size of a font.
Text Color Choose a color for the text.
Text Align Specifies the horizontal alignment of text in an element. Choose from Left, Right, Center, or Justify.


Field Description
Background Color Choose a background color from the palette.
Image Source If set to Manual Selection, users can upload a background image. If set to Content Mapping, users can choose from a Web Content, Document and Media, or a Blog asset.


Field Description
Border Width Sets the width of an element's four borders.
Border Radius Defines the radius of the element's corners and allows you to add rounded corners.
Border Color Sets the color of an element's four borders.


Field Description
Opacity Sets the transparency level; 100 is default and 0 is transparent.
Shadow Adds a shadow around the box; can choose from a small, medium, or large shadow.