Customizing Quote Bubbles

Updated 2 years ago by Branislav

0. Introduction

The Quote bubble module uses content found within your blog post to create images to be posted to your social profiles.

For more info on setting up quote bubbles and branding, see here.

To customize a quote bubble, head to Settings > Quote bubble templates and use the edit icon highlighted bellow:

This will bring up the Quote Bubble editor:

1. Border lines

The two red lines to the left and right of the quote bubble represent cut-off lines. Anything beyond the borders will be excluded when creating the image.

2. Resizing and moving

The quote bubble preview, visible on the left can be used to move and resize individual elements - for example:

3. Background Options

The background refers to the area behind the quote and speech bubbles.

3.1 Type

Background type switches between available options for backgrounds.

A background can be an Original image which uses a solid color for the background (white by default)

Custom image allows you to upload one image to your media gallery which will be used for the background:

Extract image from post will use any available images from the blog post and use them as a background. You can toggle through any available images when reviewing campaigns.

Random image from personal gallery will use a random image uploaded to your media gallery.

3.2 Color

Background color is usable only when Original image is set as the background type. You can choose the color from the palette or input the hex value of the color you wish to use:

3.3 Opacity

Background opacity is used to make the background image transparent. Backgrounds of any type are affected by the opacity settings:

4. Speech bubble

The Speech bubble section controls how the bubble holding the text will look like.

4.1 Design

Via the Design dropdown, you can choose from multiple available designs:

  • Outline bubble
  • Outline bubble - wide
  • Flat block, no arrow
  • Rounded
  • Rounded wide
4.2 Opacity

Speech bubble opacity allows to make transparent speech bubbles:

4.3 Color

Speech bubble color option allows you to choose or input the color you wish to use for your speech bubble:

4.4 Stroke

The stroke controls the color of the speech bubble outline:

4.5 Visibility

Clicking on the "eye" icon will toggle between showing and hiding the entire quote bubble:

5. Quote

The Quote section controls the fonts and styles used in the content of your quote bubbles.

5.1 Font Family

Choose any available font or import any Google font into your font library:

Clicking on the + icon will reveal a popup allowing you to search through all available Google Fonts:

5.2 Max Font Size

By default, the font size changes dynamically, based on the amount of content present in the quote bubble. This setting will define the biggest font size we may use.

5.3 Weight

Most google fonts come with multiple weight's available. You can switch between them here:

5.4 Styling

You can change the color of your quote text and apply italic and underline styles.

Align the quote bubble text to the left, right or center.

6. Author

The Author section allows you to control how the Author name and Profile image are shown.

6.1 Styling

You can choose the font family, size, weight, color, style and alignment of the author text:

6.2 Visibility

You can control whether the author or profile image are visible on the quote bubble:

6.3 Profile image style

Depending on your logo, you can use a square, rounded square or circle for your profile image:

7. Brand

7.1 Styling

You can choose the font family, size, weight, color, style and alignment of the author text

7.2 Visibility

The "eye" icon allows you to toggle between showing and hiding the branding:

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