With these settings, you can make styling changes to the layer, including adding borders, background colors, shadows and spacing.
You'll find more details about many of these standard settings in the Page Builder guide.
In addition to the standard styling settings, you'll also find the Animation tab, where you can individually animate this layer. You can choose a transition style, and set the duration for transitions, total display time for the layer, and set any delays before you want this layer to appear.
Size and Positioning
You can also precisely adjust the size and positioning of the element from here, as an alternative to simply dragging and dropping it around the scene area.
Layers are positioned based on a 100% x 100% grid, rather than set by number of pixels. This allows your content to adapt to different sized screens without having to create individual shows for each size.
Use the sliders to determine where the element will sit on the scene area (how far from the top and left the edges will lie), and how much space it will occupy (its height and width).
For example, to create a full page element, use the following settings: top 0%, left 0%, width 100%, height 100%