In this video I will walk you through all the options to customise the appearance of your Airstrip website. If you prefer a written explanation, you'll find that below the video

Customisation options in Airstrip

You are able to change the following things:

  • Fonts and font-size
  • Colors
  • Shapes

Changes are applied to your whole website. Example: Choose your fonts once and Airstrip will apply it to every page your users see. The same goes for colors and shapes.

Access design settings by clicking on "Design" in the top right.


When setting your fonts you can choose between font-presets or you can define your own fonts. 

Font presets are fonts that work well together. If you prefer to set your own click on "Set fonts manually".  

If you need to add a custom font that is not available from the list of provided fonts, please get in touch with us using the support chat on the bottom right.

Change the font size of your website

The "Apperance" section lets you choose between three sizes for your whole website: Small, Medium or Large. Changes you make will get applied to every page on your website.


Set a style for your website. This will change the background shapes of your website. Here are the three options.

Classic - straight edges, as you're used to it

Sharp - adds slanted edges 

Playful - adds playful waves to your website

Customisting the style of your website

Every style comes with a few different shapes. Go to the section-settings to set a different style. You can change the style for the top and bottom part of a section.

Here's an example of changing the top-shape of a section. The same can be applied for the bottom part of the section.

Changing the primary color of your website

Airstrip allows you to set one accent color for your website. The color gets applied automatically to your whole website. Set it once and it gets applied to every page on your website.

Do you have more questions? Reach out to use by using the chat bubble on the bottom right of this page

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