You can take advantage of Color Picker feature to make your web-to-print and dynamic imaging templates completely customizable. Assigning a color picker option to a variable image field lets users pick any solid fill color they want. Full text »

Apart from using the two-color variable gradient fills technique for creating variable multicolor gradients, you can also combine the two and end up with a multicolor gradient fill where the user chooses a single color that effects the entire multicolor gradient. It makes a complex web-to-print template easier to use. Full text »

A web-to-print image field can be used in a number of ways, depending on the settings. You can control if a user can upload images, use your stock images, a colour picker, combine layouts (orders), etc.

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You can create multiple color gradient fills by layering transparent variable color shapes in your web-to-print design. It’s a  similar technique to the two color variable gradient technique, but here users can choose individual colors of the multicolor palette. Full text »

Combination of variable color shapes and transparencies in a web-to-print design can create a variable gradient fill. This tutorial shows a simple linear 2-color gradient. Add more color variations to achieve more complex gradients for web-to-print. Full text »

Any vector shape in a web-to-print template can be made a variable color field. A color picker will be showing against the field for users to change the color. To turn a shape’s color into a variable field you simply need to rename the shape inside the Object Manager. Full text »