Hi @Joshua_Turvey ! While I’m all in, when it comes to visual cues, I don’t think (from what I’ve seen) that these inheritance indicators can work in SiteJet.
In Webflow this idea works because you are actually “writing” (using the UI) the necessary CSS that is for that specific tag (lets say we are talking about a Heading tag H2) or class (selector).
So, in Webflow when you add a Heading H2 Element you have this markup
If you start to customize this element and you don’t specify a class name, Webflow will attach one by default and what you see in the properties panel are all CSS properties for this class.
SiteJet is a bit different, you don’t add on the page, plain HTML elements (like: P, DIV, H1…6)… these elements are composed from multiple HTML parts. To a bare minimum they have at least a DIV wrapper.
Here is an example(the HTML markup for Heading H2 Element) in SiteJet
<div class="ed-element ed-headline custom-theme" id="ed-61511996">
As you can see this is a bit different, the wrapper has already a few classes (and some things are brought from the global theme). Now, if you select this element in SiteJet in the properties panel, you can visually change properties like: visiblility, margin, padding … but these are properties of the wrapper.
Additionally here you can attach additional classes on the wrapper (Element) or H2 (tag) from ID&Class section.
Other properties like: font, font size, text color … are inherited from the theme and attached to the H2 tag (not the wrapper), you can override these with a custom class or with the inline editor (or inline html editor).
I hope my explanation helps.
BTW … what SiteJet is displaying using color coding on the properties panel (what @zachary have shared) are visual cues for overrides on responsive breakpoints (and these colors match the color of the breakpoint type) .