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Below is a copy of the tools available within the web builder. Click on each for the relevant help files:

Edit content boxesPublish or republishPage choicesHelp filesPreview pageSave page
Find and replaceCutCopyPastePaste from external sourceUndoRedoTable - insert or editInsert or edit an imageInsert or edit mediaInsert an emoticonAdd rule offAdd or edit a linkInternal page linkInsert or edit bookmarkInsert special charactersAdd a formAdd a text fieldAdd a text area (form)Add a buttonAdd a drop down list (form)Add a tick boxAdd radio buttonInsert content markerInsert roll over image
StylesFontSizeBoldItalicUnderlineMore font optionsFont colourHighlightAlign leftAlign centreAlign rightFully justifyMore paragraph optionsNumbering - ordered listBullet points - unordered listMore list optionsDecrease indentIncrease indentAdd or edit html snippetsAdd image galleries to pageAdd content box

Find and replace

Find and replaceFind and replace

Opens a new window to find / replace text inside the editor.

Find and replace

You can make case-sensitive search and / or look for whole words only. This works within the source view also (editing html) and can also be very useful for advanced users.

Type the word or phrase you wish to find within the top box, 'Find'. If you wish to replace with with something, then put that text into the 'Replace with' box.

You can decide whether this is an exact match or upper and lower case sensitive.

When you are ready, use the 'Find' button top simply find the item then you can 'Replace it', or simply just 'Replace all' without being notified in each case and it will go through the document and replace all instances of the word or phrase that it finds.

If you wish this to be used in the HTML of the page, simply use the source tab first to show the page html and then repeat the above technique. Be careful not to specify anything that is an html word unless you want this and know what you are doing!

Last update: 17.03.2017