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Box Color

Information can be "chunked" using "boxes." Below are several examples of how they can be formatted using different background colors.

No Class Applied

Background color: Inherited

Sample Image IllustrationThis is an example showing a paragraph without any styles.

Blackbox Class

Background color: #000

Sample Image IllustrationThis area uses the "blackbox" class. An image placed on the left illustrates how the color backgrounds interact with it.

Darkgraybox Class

Background color: #333

Sample Image IllustrationThis area uses the "darkgraybox" class. An image placed on the left illustrates how the color backgrounds interact with it.

Graybox Class

Background color: #EEE

Sample Image IllustrationThis area uses the "graybox" class. An image placed on the left illustrates how the color backgrounds interact with it.

Whitebox Class

Background color: #FFF

Sample Image IllustrationThis area uses the "whitebox" class. An image placed on the left illustrates how the color backgrounds interact with it.

Goldbox Class

Background color: #FFC600

Sample Image IllustrationThis area uses the "goldbox" class. An image placed on the left illustrates how the color backgrounds interact with it.

Gradientbox Class

A tiled image background

Sample Image IllustrationThis area uses the "gradientbox" class. An image placed on the left illustrates how the color backgrounds interact with it.

Graybox

Background color: #EEE

This area uses the "graybox" class.

Gradientbox

A tiled image background

This area uses the "gradientbox" class.