A table is a perfect format for some types of data, including statistical information. The editor not only lets you add and edit this document element in a quick and easy way but also offers advanced customization options.
The editor allows you to add images to your documents in an easy and intuitive way.
In order to insert an image, simply press the button on the toolbar. The Image Properties dialog window that will open lets you set configuration options that define image source, its size, display properties, or other advanced properties.
The Image Properties dialog window includes four tabs that group image options:
The Link feature of the editor is a powerful option that lets you add clickable hyperlinks or e-mail addresses to your documents as well as control the way they look and work.
To insert a link to you document, press the button on the toolbar or use the Ctrl+L keyboard shortcut. If you want the link to be assigned to a text fragment, select it first. If no text is selected, the link URL or e-mail address will appear in the document as-is.
Lists provide a way to structure text in a clear manner as well as group items that belong together. The editor lets you create two types of lists: bulleted (unordered) and numbered (ordered) lists.
Bulleted lists are useful when you want to group a number of items that do not need to appear in any particular order.
Creating a Bulleted List
The Toolbar in each page editor is located at the top of each section. It contains menu buttons that give you access to various functions of editor. All buttons are grouped according to their function and include both simple operations (like basic text styling or formatting) and more advanced features (like inserting media or forms via a dialog window).
This is what the editor toolbar typically looks like:
Firstly, log into the system with your username and password.
Our monthly website statistics reports have changed.
There is now a wealth of information presented about your ChilledWeb hosted website.
In order to help understand some of the terminology, please find a brief guide below:
- Number of unique visitors to your site each day.
Visits by Keyword
- Number of unique visitors that have arrived at your site by entering these key words into a search engine (such as Google, Yahoo or Bing).
A cookie is a simple text file that a website will create on a visitors computer and store information. The information can contain varied information but typically would store user details, so the site can recognise you when you return. Or details of where you linked from so they can track user surfing habits.
A great deal of companies have already moved to an outsourcing model to help them cut costs and realize efficiencies!
Hosting your applications in house has long been considered the best way to keep control of your business processes, however technology and the industry has moved on and with considerable reductions in datacenter costs, keeping your servers on-site is not considered a viable solution.
Some of the risks of in-house hosting:
In today’s online world, companies find themselves managing a wide array of experiences, targeting customers and markets on the world wide web.
Companies that don’t manage their online presence effectively quickly find that their employees become frustrated with disparate information and problems sharing content. Worst still, customers are confused as they are flooded with mixed messages and disconnected, confusing websites.