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This is a block quote
Set the base styles for all headings and text elements across your site.
To set the styles for root HTML tags, open the selector dropdown for each element type and select the corresponding HTML tag option.
Styling the rich text element works a bit differently than other elements. While there's no base tag for rich text elements, you can customize base tags for elements within a rich text element as long as the parent rich text element has a class.
Learn more about styling rich text elements on Webflow University.
You can also create global color swatches for your site to keep recurring colors consistent across your site.
For example, you might use the same "neutral gray" on element text, backgrounds, and borders — creating a global swatch for that gray allows you to change it once and update every instance where that swatch is applied throughout your site.
Learn more about creating global color swatches.
You can also create a standard set of classes and combo classes for your site's link and button elements.
Learn more about styling buttons.
It's helpful to create standard classes for all form elements upfront in a project, including form labels, form fields, and all form input types.
Learn more about styling forms.