Important note: Account owners and team members with the Manager role are able to make changes within the Assets tab. Team members with the Editor or Viewer roles will see sections being greyed out.


In this article, you will learn how to manage the assets you use on multiple pages in the same workspace with the Assets tab.
To learn more about settings that affect an account versus settings that affect a workspace, please refer to this guide:

Table of contents

  1. 1. Styles
  2. 2. Images
  3. 3. Fonts
  4. 4. Scripts

1. Styles


In this section, you can:

  • Add up to 14 brand colors you can later easily choose when designing pages. You add them by specifying their HEX code.
  • Choose the default fonts for new pages for headlines, paragraphs, and buttons. Changing the fonts here will not affect existing pages. You can choose from our default library, the Google library, and the fonts you added in the Fonts section below.
  • Favicon - Add your brand favicon here, and it will be applied to all the pages in the workspace, both new and old ones.
When you update your preferred fonts and colors with Styles, your existing pages will not be changed. However, when you update your preferred favicon, it will be applied to all pages in the workspace. Keep this in mind if you prefer to have unique favicons for individual pages.

Once a page is created with these assets, it is not locked into them. These styles will become the default for new pages, but you can edit an individual page at will.

2. Images


You can access the image manager for the current workspace from here. It will allow you to upload new images, change the alt tags on them, and organize them. Please refer to the dedicated article for more details:

3. Fonts

In this section, you can add your own fonts if you have the URL to them and permission to use them. 
Webfonts are hosted on the foundry servers and are offered under a paid subscription service. Regarding licensing, fonts are no different from any other software. You might also have your fonts hosted on your servers, which we can accept if you have a direct link for them. 

To learn more about using Adobe fonts in particular, please visit this guide: 

Adding non-Adobe Linked fonts is available only for some of our subscriptions. If that is the case, you will see an upgrade prompt when attempting to access it. More information about our currently available subscriptions can be found here: 

Once you add fonts here, you can select them in the page editor and in the Default fonts section under Styles



4. Scripts

To learn more about Workspace Scripts, please refer to the dedicated guide here:

This section of the application allows you to add code snippets that you can apply to multiple pages in the workspace at the same time.

You can add any HTML, CSS, or Javascript codes that you want to be applied to multiple pages at once, including but not limited to: a consent management banner, the Google tag of a Google Analytics property, the Google tag of your Google Tag Manager container, an HTML FAQ widget, CSS to change the properties of a specific class of objects, a sticky header code, various kinds of tracking scripts from your desired tracking platforms, etc.
It is up to you what you choose to add in this section, depending on your goals for your landing pages.