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Global Presets UI Style Guide

This global presets style guide is a great way to start a new web design project! Wondering how to turn modules into global presets? For a detailed tutorial on how to use this style guide, click on the link below to be redirected.

01. Color palette

In the first part of the style guide, you can find the color palette that’s been used for the layout pack. Use these colors inside the default color palette in your Divi Theme Options.

#ffffff

#002d4c
#bd8f52

#dbe1e6

#f2f3f4

03. Text styles

In this part of the style guide, you’ll find the different text styles that were used throughout the layout pack. There’s a separate preset for each heading style and a global preset with all text styles in one.

Heading 1

Heading 1

Heading 2

Heading 2

Heading 3

Heading 3

Heading 4

Heading 4

Body

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List

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All in one

Heading 1

Heading 2

Heading 3

Heading 4

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Title Combo 1

Blog

News & Events

Title Combo 2

Favorites

What We’re Known For //

Number

11

Menu Title

Brunch

Menu Item
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04. Buttons

Here, you’ll find the buttons that have been used in the layout pack. 

Button 1

Button 2

Button 3

Button 5

05. Blurbs

Up next, we have some blurb modules that have been frequently used in the layout pack.

Blurb 1

Mitchell West

FOOD CRITIC

Blurb 2

Call Us

(234) 456-6879

Blurb 3

Fresh Ingredients

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Blurb 2

Food Reimagined

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Blurb 3

Daily menus

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View Menus

 

Blurb 7

Call Us

(234) 456-6879

06. Other modules

Last but not least, we’re sharing other module designs that were used in the layout pack. Upon importing with presets, these have all been added to your preset library. If you didn’t enable the import presets option, you’re able to turn any one of these modules into a global preset.

Gallery Image 1
Video 1
Blog 1
Global polycrisis: The causal mechanisms of crisis entanglement

Global polycrisis: The causal mechanisms of crisis entanglement

by Dr. Michael Lawrence at The Cascade Institute….. In this framework, a global crisis arises when one or more fast-moving trigger events combines with slow-moving stresses to push a global system out of its established equilibrium and into a volatile and harmful state of disequilibrium. We then identify three causal pathways—common stresses, domino effects, and inter-systemic feedbacks—that can connect multiple global systems to produce synchronized crises.

Is there a future in the doomsday economy?

by Alexander Nazaryan in The New York Times….With Fortitude Ranch, the entrepreneur Drew Miller is betting on franchised timeshares for people who are worried about the end of the world.

Chartbook 297: The American migration crisis.

by Adam Tooze in Chartbook….As the World Migration Report for 2024 confirms, the Mexico-US border is by some margin the largest single corridor of country-to-country migration in the world.

Long Covid Research Roundup: What have we learned in the first half of 2024?

by Katelyn Jetelina in Your Local Epidemiologist…What we knew: The number of people who get LC after infection has ranged dramatically from 2% to 75%. Reasons for this include differing definitions—for example, some define LC as persistent symptoms 4 weeks after infection, while some use 3 months, and others 6 months.

Positive Pathways report

Positive Pathways report

by Michael Lawrence and Megan Shipman …..The Cascade Institute’s analysis on positive pathways through polycrisis

Ray Kurzweil still says he will merge with A.I.

by Cade Metz in The New York Times….The big leap, of course, is imagining how human consciousness would merge with a machine, and people like Mr. Kurzweil struggle to explain how exactly this would happen.

The view from Nairobi-Washington

by Tim Sahay and Kate Mackenzie in Phenomenal World…It is good for Southern elites to win such technology investments. But while the New Washington Consensus delivers full employment and trillions in deficit-financed welfarism and public investments in the North, the Nairobi-Washington vision for which Ruto is a stand-in is insufficient for fostering prosperity across the South—where debt-stressed countries with soaring joblessness are imposing class war austerity and privatization, amid Western intransigence in delivering touted financial architecture reforms.

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