This discussion has come up before but the background colour of the callouts is quite bland. Any chance a limited number of colour choices could be made available? For instance when I write tool hubs, I add a callout module for hazard warnings. Yellow, orange or red is standard for this. Blue or green is commonly used for information e.g. on road signs.
Images could be used but the advantage of using callouts is that Google can read the text.
The problem is that if people are given the opportunity to make a page look like an ugly mess, a good number will take it.
Not that I'm against choice, but I reckon management will have visions of colored nightmares wrecking their neat, new minimalism.
Don't let me put you off lobbying, though, lol.
by Marina22 months ago
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