Global Colors in Widgets

The Duda editor allows users to set global colors which get reused many times throughout the designing of a website. Custom widgets can take advantage of this by using global colors in the building of the widget.

Global colors are based on CSS variables. In order to manage a single color across the entire website.

When implementing colors in your widget, you can leverage the existing colors in the site with the following two variables:

  • Primary: --color_1
  • Secondary: --color_2

When writing widgets, you can leverage this on your own:

.primary-action {
.secondary-color {
/* Notice the fallback colors (#ffcc00,#f1f1f1) in the variable, incase custom colors do not exist on the site yet */

Use cases

  1. Widgets with actions. If your widget has some action, like expanding a collapsed area, you can use the primary color (--color_1) to color your action element/button with the primary color.
  2. If you have some text that you want to highlight by setting a slightly different background, you can use the secondary color (--color_2) and set the background to that.

You should make sure that these colors can be edited easily in the design section of your widget.