But the program includes ALL the provisions one requires to customize your site to any degree imaginable. You simply have to do some leg-work, and learn the fundamental methods by which websites are styled.
Even if you don’t want to learn CSS, you still have a wide range of options to choose from when you create a new blank website. After you’ve created your new file, go to the top menu and choose File > Settings. Within the window that appears, under the Design heading on the left (you may need to click the word Design) click the Bootstrap icon.
This will show the Bootstrap Settings on the right, and you will see a drop down menu called Theme. From this menu, you can choose from a variety of 22 different base color combinations. Bootstrap will be selected by default, but you can pick any of the 21 other themes, or import a theme of your own.
If you are more ambitious, you can alter the actual Bootstrap Theme using SCSS Theming Bootstrap · Bootstrap
This program is nothing like Adobe products (which are pure garbage when it comes to web development), or cloud-based builders like Wix, Weebly or Squarespace. Those are programs created for people who are unwilling (or afraid) to learn how to code. But as with anything, web development follows the same rules… no pain, no gain. If you want to be able to create dynamic websites that are super personalized, and look like nothing else out there, you need to put in the hours, and learn the technology. Bootstrap Studio is like having a complete woodworking shop at your disposal, and it contains all the tools to enable you to build anything you can imagine, but you still need to learn the craft of woodworking, to know what each tool does, and how to properly use it.