Style Guide

H3 {{custom_field.sub-heading}}

class="button header-cta"

H1 Navigator

H2 Navigator Exiting West North South East

H3 Navigator Exiting West North South East

H4 Navigator Exiting West North South East

P Navigator Exiting West North South and East

H2 Heading Typicon

Add your own icon <h2 class=”typicon”>My icon H2 heading</h2>


Mobile Footer Navigation

For one handed accessibility.

Desktop aside Navigation

For a constant presence.


Page Header

GeneratePress Page Header assigned to all single pages
With page specific H1 Title and featured image
Edit sub-heading using the Pages Custom Field: sub-heading


Full height section

<div class=”full-height”>A Full Height container</div>
<div class=”full-height vertical-center”>Full height vertically centred</div>


Page Builder Ready

Page Editor > Layout > Page Builder Container > Full Width or Contained


Boxed UL List with centred type

<ul class=”list-rows”>A boxed list</ul>

  • Desktop fixed aside navigation
  • Mobile footer navigation
  • Navigation Lightweight Social Icons
  • Anchor link smooth scroll

Vertically centred Lightweight Grid Columns

Vertically centred content across columns

class=”vertical-center”
Lightweight Grid Columns by Tom Usborne


Auto Column Typesetting

Auto width columns to ensure text is never too wide or to narrow.
Wrap your text in <div class=”columns”>My columns of text</div>

Geronco is an Italian surname originally from Trento. It is also found in the south part of Brazil (Santa Catarina), where it was taken by Italian immigrants to that region. The Geronco surname is also found in the United States, Asia and Austria.

The origin of the last name is Austrian, crossing to Italy and spreading to North and South America. In Asia, the name was brought by the Italians after the Second World War in countries like China and Macao (now part of China).Pterostylis humilis is a species of orchid endemic to New Zealand.

It has a rosette of leaves at the base of the plant and when flowering stem, leaves which usually obscure the dark green and white flower. Pterostylis humilis is a terrestrial, perennial, deciduous, herb with an underground tuber and which often forms colonies.

It has a loose rosette of leaves at the base and when flowering, between three and four more or less erect stem leaves, 40–90 mm (2–4 in) long and 15–25 mm (0.Pterostylis humilis was first formally described in 1922 by Richard Rogers and the description was published in Transactions and Proceedings of the Royal Society of South Australia.