CSS Properties now editable in Element "Advanced Properties" Dialog

For those web designers that need it, it's now possible to edit the CSS as well as the HTML in an element on the page (if you don't know what CSS is, you should probably leave this alone). Our website builder gives you direct access to the majority of style settings that are necessary yet standard to all browsers. There are style settings that we purposefully leave out of the Palette, such as "drop shadows" and "rounded corners". These are examples of styles that are not supported by older versions of Internet Explorer, but now using the Advanced Properties dialog, it's possible to add them in for yourself.

As noted, this is for experienced web designers, and if you use this feature, there is a very real possibility that you may "break" your page, so it should be handled with care.

Wednesday, March 28, 2012

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