HTML Cataloguer Page Properties

Title: This specifies the page title that appears in the title bar of most browser windows. This is stored in the <meta> title tag of the HTML file.

Description: This will appear in the <meta> description tag. This is useful for providing Internet search engines with a description of your page.

Keywords: These are the words that will appear in the <meta> keywords tag. This is useful for providing Internet search engines with a set of keywords by which your page can be found.

Background Image: Specify here the file to use as the background image to your HTML files. Press the Browse button to open a dialogue to select a picture file. Leave blank for no background image.

 

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Background: This will be the main background colour for your HTML files. Change by clicking the Fill colour box or changing the value in the adjacent Fill combo box.

Text: This will be the main text colour for your HTML files. Change by clicking the Fill colour box or changing the value in the adjacent Fill combo box.

Links: This will be the text colour for the hyperlinks in your HTML files. Change by clicking the Fill colour box or changing the value in the adjacent Fill combo box.

Visited Links: This will be the text colour for the visited hyperlinks in your HTML files. Change by clicking the Fill colour box or changing the value in the adjacent Fill combo box.

Active Links: This will be the text colour for the active hyperlinks in your HTML files. Change by clicking the Fill colour box or changing the value in the adjacent Fill combo box.

Left Margin and Top Margin: Specify here the sizes of page margins in the body tag, for Microsoft Internet Explorer only. Netscape Navigator ignores these values, using Margin Width and Margin Height instead. For best cross-browser results, provide margin values for both browsers instead of just one browser; fill in all four margin values instead of just two. To ensure that no margins appear in either browser, set all four values to 0.

Margin Width and Margin Height: Specify here the sizes of page margins in the body tag, for Netscape Navigator only. Internet Explorer ignores these values, using Left Margin and Top Margin instead. For best cross-browser results, provide margin values for both browsers instead of just one browser; fill in all four margin values instead of just two. To ensure no margins in both browsers, set all four values to 0.