In the settings panel, make local file and image archive, title settings, select default size unit and remove custom extensions in SiteVision CSS.
Tick this if the users are to have access to Page files. They can then upload a file to a web page. Otherwise, they must upload documents to the central file archive.
Tick this if users will be able to access Page images. They can then upload an image to a web page. Otherwise, they have to upload images to the central image archive.
Here you can set the size unit that will be default when the user makes settings in modules or functions. Unless you change this setting, EM (relative measure) is preselected on newly created websites while pixels are preselected on older websites. You can choose between px, em or percent.
This means that if you select em and then you want to enter a distance, you just need to click the up or down arrow in the distance selectors without first selecting the correct unit.
Determines the appearance of the titles on the pages of the website.
The velocity template prints:
For websites, it is a little different:
For example, if you are on the Contact page, the following appears in the upper-left corner of the browser:
To give the page a title, select Properties-> General -> Settings.
Browsers cache CSS files. It is therefore better that the design code is in a separate CSS file. Otherwise, web pages may become unnecessarily large, causing the pages to take a long time to load.
SiteVision separates content from design (CSS) in the editor. In online mode, however, the code is merged. This means that the style attributes ("inline CSS") will be part of the HTML code. Tick the Move style information check box to CSS file to separate content and design even in online mode.
The CSS files are recreated each time a page is visited that contains something that is not in the CSS file that the server has access to. Thus, the CSS file will not be ready until the visitors have visited all the pages required to enter all style attributes that are on the website purely theoretically.
The CSS file is a dynamic file that normally changes during operation. Therefore, the file cannot be used as a reference as it most likely looks different when restarting the service. The classes contained in this CSS file starting with c [serial number] may not be referenced in any HTML files as these classes can contain anything the next time the service is restarted.
Any custom CSS add-ons must validate to be printed in the external CSS file.
In this way you see if you have old code that is placed as an add-on. This can be deleted after you have moved them to CSS add-on instead. Click the Delete add-on after button.
This function requires you to have "Manage website settings" permission
The page published: 2019-03-01