800-768-6024
SKYPE: wgnpdm

 

D-Web Content Management System  
Support

Lists

Numbered List

If you select several paragraphs and then click the Numbered List button from the toolbar, D-Web will insert a number at the beginning of each paragraph, in ascending order:

 

If at the end of a numbered paragraph you hit the Enter key, the new paragraph will begin with a number as well.

After clicking the Numbered List button, it will remain activated until the list is unset or until you move on to a not-numbered paragraph. To unset a numbered list, select it and then click the same button to deactivate the style. To move on and end the numbered list, press Enter twice after the last element in the list.

To check if a paragraph or a list presents the Numbered List style, place the cursor inside that certain paragraph or select it, and check if the Numbered List button is activated.

If you place the cursor inside a certain numbered paragraph (not the last one) and deactivate the Numbered List button, that paragraph will no longer be preceded by a number. A new list will start right below it. The numbering is reset and the following paragraph's number (the first paragraph in the new list) is set to 1.

If the Tab key is pressed while:

  • the cursor is inside a numbered paragraph - the paragraph is indented and its number will become 1. The number of the following paragraph is decremented by 1. This way, you can obtain nested lists.

  • having several paragraphs selected - they will be indented, and a nested list will be created (that starts numbering with 1). In the main list, the paragraphs that follow the nested list will have their associated numbers decreased.

Note: In Mozilla only, if you apply a numbered list to each paragraph separately (instead of applying it to a selection of several paragraphs), the numbering will be reset each time (i.e. each paragraph number is set to 1).

Numbered List Properties

The Numbered List Properties panel is displayed when you select at least two elements in a numbered list or when the <OL> tag is selected in the Tag Selector:

 

To configure this panel, follow the instructions below:

  1. In the Element ID text box enter the value for the id attribute. It will uniquely identify the element (numbered list) in page.

  2. With the Numbering Type drop-down menu you can change the numbering style of the list elements. The available options are:

    • 1. Arabic (default): 1, 2, 3...

    • a. Lower alpha: a, b, c...

    • A. Upper alpha: A, B, C...

    • i. Lower roman: i, ii, iii...

    • I. Upper roman: I, II, III...

  3. In the Start at text box enter a number equal or greater than zero with which the numbering should start. For example, if you enter 4, the first element in the ordered list will be preceded by 4, d, D, iv or IV (depending on the preferred numbering type).

 

Bulleted List

If you select several paragraphs and then click the Bulleted List button from the toolbar, D-Web will insert a bullet at the beginning of each paragraph:

 

If at the end of a bulleted paragraph you hit the Enter key, the new paragraph will begin with a bullet as well.

After clicking the Bulleted List button, it will remain activated until the list is unset or until you move on to a not-bulleted paragraph. To unset a bulleted list, select it and then click the same button to deactivate the style. To move on and end the bulleted list, press Enter twice after the last element in the list.

To check if a paragraph or a list presents the Bulleted List style, place the cursor inside that certain paragraph or select it, and check if the Bulleted List button is activated.

When the Tab key is pressed while the cursor is inside a bulleted paragraph, that paragraph is indented and the bullets change their shape.

Note: In Mozilla only, if you apply a bulleted list to each paragraph separately, the spacing will increase, compared to the situation when the bulleted list is applied to all selected paragraphs at once.

Bulleted List Properties

The Bulleted List Properties panel is displayed when you select at least two elements in a bulleted list or when the <UL> tag is selected in the Tag Selector:

 

To configure this panel, follow the instructions below:

  1. In the Element ID text box enter the value for the id attribute. It will uniquely identify the element (bulleted list) in page.

  2. With the Bullet Shape drop-down menu you can change the shape of the bullets displayed before the list elements. The available options are:

    • Disc

    • Circle

    • Square

 

Related to lists (both ordered/numbered and unordered/bulleted), there is another property panel that allows you to set options for one list element at a time, if desired. It is the List Item Properties panel, described below.

List Item Properties

The List Item Properties panel is displayed when you select or simply place the mouse cursor inside a list element (the list can be numbered or bulleted), or when the <LI> tag is selected in the Tag Selector:

  • If the list is numbered, the panel looks like this:


                      
    To configure this panel, follow the instructions given for the Numbered List Properties panel. Know that the number you enter in the Start at text box will be associated to the list item and displayed before it (as either a number, an alpha character or a roman character). The number/letter associated to the following list item will become this set value increased by 1.

  • If the list is bulleted, the panel looks like this:


                      
    To configure this panel, follow the instructions given for the Bulleted List Properties panel.

Note: For both situations above, in the Element ID text box enter the value for the id attribute. It will uniquely identify the element (list item) in page.

 
Copyright 1991- 2019 Web Global Net All Right Reserved. 800-768-6024 • Terms of Use