It is critical if you want to create some additional elements for your post style. Now, you have an ability to see how those elements will look like in your final posts.
Here are some examples of using custom CSS inside Setka Editor:
Custom dividers. For example, if you want to create custom dividers that consist of three horizontal lines (we use them in Coaching style), you can enter code that will allow you to add them.
Changing background color when you use bold font in your headers. In our blog, Accent, we are using this custom option, so when we add a bold header, it automatically has a blue background.
Slideshow buttons customization. You can change the look of your navigation buttons depending on what you think best suits your blog’s style. You can change the color or the border to adjust the navigation buttons’ design to suit your chosen style.
Additional elements for Text formatting. For example, you may add a quotation mark to accentuate direct speech.