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html characters possible?

Discussion in 'Sitebuilder 3.2 for Windows' started by gbvdco, Mar 9, 2007.

  1. gbvdco

    gbvdco Guest

    I would like to insert html codes in a page (an amazon resource box). Is that possible?

    Appreciating your help,

  2. Dmitry Frantsev

    Dmitry Frantsev Golden Pleskian

    Sep 19, 2005
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    Using the SiteBuilder Wizard, you can add your own Java Script, HTML, and DHTML code to your web pages.
    To insert script to a web page:
    1. Click the Edit tab.
    2. Go to the page you want to insert the script to.
    3. In the Available modules area, click the Script module icon and drag it to the page.
    To change the script source:
    1. Click the Edit tab
    2. Click Change Script Source in the Script module area.

    You can also modifying HTML Source of Web Pages in Wizard.
    In SiteBuilder, textual and tabular information on your web pages is automatically converted into the HTML code. HTML, which stands for HyperText Markup Language, is a standardized language for presenting information, graphics, and multimedia on the World Wide Web. Using the Tag Properties feature, you can easily apply different styles and change properties of selected elements.

    At the bottom of the SiteBuilder editor window you can see the panel displaying the HTML structure of the line, on which your mouse cursor is now placed.

    For example, if you place the mouse cursor in a table, the HTML code structure will contain the following tags: TABLE, TBODY, TR, TD. The tag where the cursor stands is shown in bold.

    To modify HTML source of a web page:
    1. On the Edit tab, select the web page where you want to modify HTML source.
    2. Place your mouse cursor in the line you want to edit and click the tag name.
    3. Click Tag Properties.

    The Tag properties dialog box opens. In this dialog box, you can change the following properties:
    * For TABLE (Table) tags, you can adjust cell spacing, cell padding, table width and height, table and cell alignment, and define the style of borders.
    * For TR (Table Row) tags, you can adjust row color and borders
    * For TD (Table Data) tags, you can change table text padding, margin, and decoration.
    * For A (Link) tags, you can change the link padding, margin, and decoration in the text.
    * For UL (Unordered List) and OL (Ordered List) tags, you can change the style of the list items.
    * For HR (Horizontal Rule) tags, you can adjust the colors and borders.
    * For IMG (Image) tags, you can adjust the colors and borders.
    4. Click OK.

    The changes will be immediately applied in the editor screen.

    All this information can be found in Sitebuilder documentation here http://download1.swsoft.com/SiteBuilder/Windows/docs/3.2/en_US/sitebuilder-3.2-win-users-guide/I hope it's clear enough.