The WorldWide Merchant Editor lets you make changes to any page of your website. The Editor uses a WYSIWYG (what you see is what you get) interface, so you can edit web pages using the same tools you use in a variety of other software programs.
The Editor gives you complete control of how your text and images appear online. There are a variety of tools that give you advanced control of your web page's layout. These include advanced table controls, image tools that let you wrap text around images, total font control, and more.
Not only do you have advanced image layout control, you also have access to WorldWide Merchant's constantly growing stock image collection. These include icons, header graphics, supporting images for use in page content, and more.
The Editor also lets you insert hyperlinks, both to other websites and internally to pages within your own site. You can also add video, audio, flash animation, and links to documents that visitors can download.
A revolutionary aspect of the WorldWide Merchant editor is the ability to add drop-in widgets to web pages. Widgets are bits of code that add dynamic content to a page.
For example, we added the Facebook Like button and Google +1 button below with no more than three mouse clicks!
At the top of the WorldWide Merchant Editor is the main toolbar. The Editor's toolbar contains all of the tools and features you'll need to create and maintain your website content. The toolbar is divided into eight sections: General, Font, Paragraph, Style, Tables, Objects, Links, and Page. Each of these sections and the tools they contain are described below.
The tools in the General section let you manipulate content on the page.
These include tools like cut, copy, paste, undo, clear formatting, and more. Each tool is described in more detail below.
See the General Tools page for a detailed description of each tool in the General Tools bar.
Font tools allow you to format text any way you like. You can change your font's name, size, color, and highlight color. You can bold, italic, underline, or strikethrough text, and you can create superscripts 2 and subscripts 2.
To format text, just select the text you want to change, then click the tool whose formatting you wish to apply. NOTE: If you plan to apply multiple formats to a selection (for example, font and color changes), use the Style Selection tools instead.
See the Font Tools page for a detailed description of each tool in the Font Tools bar.
The paragraph tools let you align your content any way you like. You can indent and outdent paragraphs, create bullet and numbered lists, and you can left align, right align, center, or full justify your paragraphs.
To change the alignment of content, select the text you want to change, then click the tool whose alignment you want to apply.
See the Paragraph Tools page for more a detailed description of each tool in the Paragraph Tools bar.
The style tools let you view your website's pre-formatted stylesheet styles, and apply advanced formatting to text, lists, tables, and more.
See the Style Tools page for more a detailed description of each tool in the Style Tools bar.
The Tables tools let you create, insert, and format tables.
See the Tables Tools page for more a detailed description of each tool in the Tables Tools bar.
The Objects tools let you insert non-text elements into a website. You can insert images, multimedia, flash files, break lines, special characters, and widgets. Click where you want the new element to be inserted, then click the corresponding button for the element you want to insert.
See the Objects Tools page for more a detailed description of each tool in the ObjectTools bar.
The Links tools let you create hyperlinks to other websites or to other pages within your own website. Select the text or image that you want to hyperlink, then click the hyperlink or Internal link buttons to enter the URL for the hyperlink's destination.
You can also use the links tools to easily upload and hyperlink to a PDF, DOC, or XLS file.
See the Links Tools page for more a detailed description of each tool in the Links Tools bar.
The Page tools let you search the text on the current page you are editing, or view the page's HTML code for advanced editing.
See the Page Tools page for more a detailed description of each tool in the Page Tools bar.
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