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Posted by: Larry Makoski
Posted on: Jan 18th, 2003, 2:52pm
How do you go about adding a counter to a Web page designed with Easy Web?[ Also, I'm still having problems creating tables with image backgrounds. What's the step by stpe procedure for that?
Posted by: Support Staff
Posted on: Feb 20th, 2003, 6:11am
>How do you go about adding a counter to a Web page designed with Easy Web?
Search on the Web a site that offers a free counter. They will give you an HTML code. Use "Insert >HTML >Within text" and copy that code into the dialog. EWE will then show a little icon in the text. When you will publish to the Internet, this icon will become the counter. BTW this is a Frequent Question, see http://www.easywebeditor.com/faq/
> Also, I'm still having problems creating tables with image backgrounds. What's the step by step procedure for that?
Put the mouse on a table cell and use the right button, "Properties". In the first tab, you can select a background (color or image) for all the table. In the second tab, you can choose color/image for the current cell / row / column. Yes, it's that simple