Below is a copy of the tools available within the web builder. Click on each for the relevant help files:
Please note, images are aligned in text using image alignment, which is accessed from the image editor. They will also take on the alignment of the paragraph of text that they sit within.
Align selected portion of the document or text of the current cursor position to the left.
|Text will appear to the left of the page or table, thus.|
Align selected portion of the document or text of the current cursor position to the centre.
Text will therefore appear in the centre of the page or table like this.
Align selected portion of the document or text of the current cursor position to the right.
Any text in a page or table will align to the right as in this box.
Fully justify selected portion of the document or text of the current cursor position.
Fully justified text goes equally to both sides of the page where lines of text are long enough and appears therefore to follow the boundary of the box or page that it appears in like this text which is just justified!
Leads to direction to right and left options.
Convert selected text or text of the current cursor position to ordered list.
Convert selected text or text of the current cursor position to unordered list.
Tip: If you don't want it to appear under the same bullet point, keep hitting enter and it will break out of it.
In addition to the standard bullet points, you can use three other types of unordered lists, shown below.
We have also defined a further two other styles, which allow you to have different images used instead of bullet points, replacing the ordered or unordered lists. The images used would sit within a directory called bpoint. Name the images:
and upload to this directory. Once you have applied the sytle to a set of bullet points, the image with the relevant name will be used whereever these custom styles have been added to bullet points on the website.
Indent text of the current cursor position.
This text is not indented
To outdent - or reverse this facility for the selected text use the opposite button. This text has been outdented twice to get back to where we were.
Outdent text of the current cursor position.
What is outdent - it is the opposite of indent. See above.
Insert a horizontal line in the current cursor position.
This is useful to rule off a page and give some limited formatting, particularly where you have few graphics. It can be quite an effective way of formatting a page and the horizontal line shows across the page (or table) you put it in. Be careful though as too many can give an overhead to page loading times.
A horizontal line looks like this:
It will stretch over the available area of window, within any constraints that you have set, i.e. within a table, it wont force the table wider than you have set it, so if a table is 100% width of the page, so will the line be, and if it is 70% then the line will be so also.
There are additional options available to dress the rule-off, as you can see from below. This includes the width in pixels or percentage (we suggest the percentage is always used) and the height in pixels, as well as the rule-off colour.
The following shows a rule-off shown in blue, 80% wide and two pixels high.
Last update: 12.03.2017