First you login as Admin, from the Admin login page. You enter your Username, Password and the 4-Digit code displayed and click 'Submit'.
Click on Configuration in the left hand menu.
Then you will click on Website Setup
You will then click on CSS Editor
There are two areas where you can affect the CSS of your website. One is for the prospect area and another for Admin/Member Area. These two areas are self explanatory one is for the main website for all new users and what they see. Another is for the Admin and Members Lounge.
You can edit the Cascading Style Sheet used throughout your system.
This determines many features such as:
- Table colors
- Font size and colors
- Link text sizes and colors
- May control images and background
If you are unsure what is controlled by the CSS Editor, please contact INS Support.
With the use of Graphics Editor, CSS Editor and WebEditor, you can revamp your look and feel within our standard size constraints at any time.
Created by. Last Modification: Wednesday 13 of June, 2012 21:00:57 PDT by .
- + : A leading plus sign indicates that this word must be present in every object returned.
- - : A leading minus sign indicates that this word must not be present in any row returned.
- By default (when neither plus nor minus is specified) the word is optional, but the object that contain it will be rated higher.
- < > : These two operators are used to change a word's contribution to the relevance value that is assigned to a row.
- ( ) : Parentheses are used to group words into subexpressions.
- ~ : A leading tilde acts as a negation operator, causing the word's contribution to the object relevance to be negative. It's useful for marking noise words. An object that contains such a word will be rated lower than others, but will not be excluded altogether, as it would be with the - operator.
- * : An asterisk is the truncation operator. Unlike the other operators, it should be appended to the word, not prepended.
- " : The phrase, that is enclosed in double quotes ", matches only objects that contain this phrase literally, as it was typed.