In Readz, when you style your content, this styling will automatically be applied across 3 variants: desktop, tablet and mobile.

But there might be occasions when you want to create a different look for your mobile or tablet versions. And you can, quite easily.
On the top of your styling panels (and the 'action' panel as well), you will see a setting that shows which variant you are styling. Default is 'all' but you can set it the current variant, and the other variants will not be affected.

So when you are on desktop, this setting will show 'all' or 'desktop only' and when you are on mobile, this setting will show 'all' or 'mobile only'.

Default: styling ALL versions
Any settings applying to the element while the toggle is set to all will apply those settings to the element simultaneously on all devices. For example, you’re looking at the desktop view of a page, and you’re on the font-styling panel. The styling version option is set to all, so changing the font color of your textbox element to blue will change the font color to blue for the desktop, the phone, and the tablet. An element has different options. Those being font styling (font size, font color, font type, etc.), element style (background color, borders, padding, etc.) and actions (external link, go to page, etc.).

You have the option to have styling version be different for each option, giving you tons of flexibility in how you want your elements to display across devices.
Styling Version: device specific
Represented as the device you’re currently viewing (desktop, tablet, or phone), this toggle allows you to make changes to the element without affecting the other two devices you currently are not viewing.

Reverting an element back to ALL If you have an element that is set to “styling version: this device only”, you can set it back to “ALL”. When you do this, the styling used on the variant you are currently looking at, will be applied to ALL variants.
Different Styling On Mobile
Flexible ways to create different styles and actions on tablet or mobile versions.