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General Settings

This window gathers, via appropriate fields, information useful to set the basic parameters of your website project. In detail, the following sections will follow: Basic Expert
In the Basic section of the General Settings window, you can set the following options: Website Title: In this field you should type the title of your website as you would like it to be displayed in the title bar of the Internet browser. Website Author: In this field type your name to be identified as website author, this could be your name, your business, club or organisation. The author name is indicated in XHTML code of the created pages as a value of the metatag <author>: this way you sign the work done. Website Address (URL): In this field you should type the URL address for your website. This address is essential as it is automatically used and linked to RSS Feeds, E-commerce Carts and the sitemap. Website Description: In this field you should enter a short description of your website. The site description is indicated in the XHTML code as a value of the Meta Tag <description>. This information is used by Search Engines and spiders to evaluate the content of your site and index it in their directories. Keywords: In this field you should enter words that are relevant to your website separating them with a comma. The keywords are indicated in XHTML code as a value of the Meta Tag <keywords>. This information will be analyzed by spiders of search engines. The description and the list of keywords entered through these fields are automatically used for all the pages of the website. If you wish to associate a specific page with a description and a list of different key words, just access Map Creation and use the relevant functions available in the window retrieved using the control Property of the Page. Content Language: In this field you should specify the language of your website. According to the chosen language, different versions are used for the texts inserted automatically by the program: links to internal anchors,
buttons of the SlideShow object, labels of the send e-mail form object, labels and texts of e-commerce carts, texts of the site map. These texts are automatically retrieved by the files in INI format present in the software installation folder. Files in INI format are simple text files which can be opened with any editor (for example, block notes of Windows) and freely modified: by complying with the proposed structure, it is also possible to add new languages, not originally foreseen. Website Icon: In this field you can choose to add an icon (.ico or.bmp file) which will be associated with your website. The icon is visible in the address bar of the Internet browser, usually to the left of the website address. Generally, the icon associated to a site (or favicon, English for favorites icon) should be an image in.ICO format, 16x16 pixel, 32x32 pixel or 48x48 pixel. WebSite X5 allows you to import also.BMP files: in these cases, the program automatically creates a copy as a.ICO file, 48x48 pixel, 16 colors optimized palette and uses this copy as favicon. In the Expert section of the General Settings window, you can set the following options: Enter code to customize your website header: In this field a portion of the HTML code relative to the section <head> is indicated;. It is possible to modify the metatag values present in order to customize all the pages of the Web site. Metatag Code for Google Webmaster Tools Verification: In this field, enter the appropriate metatag values if you are using Google WebMaster Tools. Google WebMaster Tools is a free suite of tools from Google to help website designers improve a website's position in Google search results through showing how Google will crawl and index a website. To use Google WebMaster Tools, you will first need a Google Account and be able to show that you are the owner of the website being analyzed. One methods to show you are the owner of the website is to include a metatag supplied by Google in your Home Page's <head> section.

Have you found a suitable default model but would like a different Header image? If you cannot achieve the look you need using the Template Editor, and you have an alternative image editing program in which you want to create your design, you can proceed as follows: Find the directory containing the relevant files of the model in question (see the note on the location of graphic files for templates): for example the subdirectory Vortex. Create a copy of the selected folder to protect the original files: for example Vortex 2. Using your preferred image editor, open the Header file you need to adjust: for example the file Vortex 2/Hor/#73BBBE/top.jpg. Save the changes you make. Using any text editor (for example: Windows Notepad) open the Models.ini file from the Website X5 installation folder and add an entry for your new template folder: for example enter Vortex 2 after Vortex. When you reopen WebSite X5, you will find your new template available for use in the templates list. Do you want to find new WebSite X5 templates? Have you created templates that you would like to share with the WebSite X5 community? You can do this through the WebSite x5 Templates section of the WebSite X5 website at Here you will find many templates from Incomedia and the WebSite X5 community, both free and paid, which are available for your use. In addition, you can join the community and submit your own templates for other people's use. Don't forget to visit the WebSite X5 website regularly to see what's new: you can also subscribe to the RSS Feed to keep up to date.

Custom Template

The Custom Template in the Style Template Selection section allows you to create and customize your own template. This window includes two sections: On the left is an image representing the layout of the available page areas. This coincides with the options you have selected in the Menu Type window. On the right are the available settings for each element of your web page.
The page is divided into the following areas: 1. Title Bar: This is the header, a image section designed for displaying elements such as title and subtitle of the site, website logo and menu. 2. Horizontal Menu: This area is where the Main Menu appears, if Horizontal Menu has been chosen in the Menu Selection window. 3. Page Contents: This is the main body of the web page, containing your page content and any navigation submenus. If Vertical Menu has been chosen in the Menu Selection window, the menu will appear here. 4. Footer: The footer, another mainly graphic area, is designed to show the website visitor that they have reached the bottom of the page contents. Elements normally found in this area include notes, disclaimers, copyright, VAT number etc. 5. Background: The background is used to surround the site and is displayed if a Browser is opened with dimensions greater than the resolution of the site itself.

Do you have a long list of products and you would like to avoid too large a PopUp menu? In this case do as follows: Create a "Products" level inserting a page for each product: "product 1", "product 2", etc. as well as an initial page "Product List" which will be the graphic menu. Select the level "Products" and open Level Properties: activate the option Hide the Popup Menu for this Level and set as Link to be Executed on Item Click the link with the page "Product List". Select the page "Product List" and make it hidden. Remember to activate the option Show a Vertical Sub-menu with the Current Level Items in the Menu Selection window. Once you have done this you will get the following result: in the navigation menu the item "Products" will appear but on mouseover the corresponding drop-down menu will not appear. Clicking on the item "Products" the related "Product List" will be displayed, as well as the vertical submenu with the list of all the products.

Site Map

The Site Map is a useful orientation and navigation tool for both you and your website visitors. For visitors, it provides a quick method of understanding what your website has to offer, but that requires you to name individual pages with meaningful titles and group pages together in clear, logical ways. The Site Map can be accessed by users by either: providing links within pages as you enter the content for each page (see the Link window) through the menu at the bottom of the page where a link to the site map is automatically inserted (providing you have enabled the Display all First Level Items at the Bottom of the Page in Menu Selection) For you, the Site Map step can be returned to at any stage to review and adjust your website structure. Even if you decide not to make the Site Map available, the program can create it anyway as SiteMap XML linked to the HTML code of the pages via the metatag <sitemap>. The Site Map XML file is used by Internet Search Engines to better scan and index your website, so that Internet users can be helped to
directed to your website more often. The Site Map supplies much useful information to Search Engines including: how often each of your pages will be updated the date of the last modification of the page the importance of each page within the website (note this does not influence the positioning of your website in overall Search Engine results, it is merely used to indicate the importance of pages within your website) Remember that for a Site Map of your website to be generated, the Automatically Create a Site Map option in the Expert section of General Settings must be selected.

A Site Map Example

Shown in the image on the right is an example Site Map for imaginary company. Looking at the tree you can see that: Company, Products, Services, Purchases and Contact are used to divide the website into five logical areas. The first four items are levels that contain several other pages; Contact is a standalone page. These five items will appear as the names in the website's Main Menu (horizontal or vertical), helping visitors to get to the part of the website that interests them. Note that the format of the Main Menu can be customised in the Advanced Settings step, through the Main Menu Style section. Clicking on the Company item shows the other pages within the group: Who we Are, Registered Office and Distributors. The Distributors Form and Distributors Price Lists would not be displayed in the Drop Down Menu as they were made invisible using the hidden page option. In addition, the Distributors Price Lists page is a protected page, to ensure only authorised website users can see that page. To customize the format of the Drop Down Menu, visit the Drop Down Menu Style section. To create a username and password protected area, see Reserved Area.

Software and Hardware are second level items within the Products section. When displayed in a browser they appear as items in a Drop Down Menu but each item contains a further Drop Down Menu for the different Software and Hardware pages. If the Show a Vertical Sub-menu with the Current Level Items option in the Menu Selection window is selected, visiting the WebSite X5 page also shows a vertical Sub Menu for the WebSite X5 Evolution and WebSite X5 Compact pages. To customize the format of the Sub Menu, visit the Sub Menu Style window.

Step 3 Create Pages

The options in this window allow you to create a page through inserting objects in to a page. The name of the page you are creating or editing appears at the top of the grid next to the heading Current Page. The options available in this section are: A schematic representation of the page which shows the page contents and settings. A list of all the available objects which can be inserted into the page. A preview of the page layout showing the grid and objects placed.

Page Layout Setting

To make the layout of the contents easier, WebSite X5 uses a table, which by default is made up of two rows and two columns, in which every cell may contain a different object. The number of rows and columns can be freely modified in order to increase the number of cells. The page layout table is not visible during navigation with the Browser.
Only one object can be placed in one cell, it is however possible for the objects to be extended horizontally or vertically to cover more than one cell.
The way in which the cells are presented on the grid changes according to the status as follows: If the cell contains an object which has not yet been populated, the cell is shown with a white background with gray diagonal lines. If the cell contains an object which has been populated, the cell is shown with a solid blue background. When you select a cell the border will be highlighted blue (unselected cells will have a gray border). The options available in the toolbar will allow you to modify the appearance of the page and cells: Object Content: Allows you to access the object creation window. The recalled window changes according to the object type. Cell Settings: Active when an object already inserted in a cell is selected, allows you to recall the Cell Format window which enables you to define the look and feel of the current cell. Alignment: Active when an object already inserted in a cell is selected, allows you to align the object Top/Center/Bottom as well as Left/Center/Right with respect to the cell. Enlarge by one Column: Allows the selected object to occupy one more column. Enlarge by one Row: Allows the selected object to occupy one more row. Reduce the Column Object: For objects occupying more than one column, it narrows the object occupy one column. Reduce by one Row: Reduces the space an object is using by one row. Add a new Row: Adds a new row in to the page grid, you can create a table with a maximum of 28 rows. Add a new Column: Adds a new column in to the page grid, you can create a table with a maximum of 6 columns. Delete a Row: Deletes the specified row from the page grid. Delete Column: Deletes the last column to the right of the page grid.

Objects Insertion

To insert an object, you need to select an object from the available Objects list. After deciding which object to insert, simply click on the icon and drag it to the cell(s) you require in the page grid.
Only one object can be placed in one cell, it is however possible for the objects to be extended horizontally or vertically to cover more than one cell. You can drag the Object to span multiple cells on the page. You can use the tools to edit the parameters of the different cells: You can also select the inserted object and use the controls Enlarge by one column, Enlarge by one row, Reduce the column object and Reduce by one row to define which cells are used by an object. Right clicking any object displays a context menu with Cut, Copy, Paste, Delete and Cell Format commands. Using these controls you can, for example, create a copy of an object for pasting into another cell or another page, or delete it. An inserted object can be deleted from the page by dragging it outside the page area or using the Delete button. Inserting a new object into a cell that already contains an object will replace the existing object with the new one. The Copy style and Paste style options in the Cell Format menu, allow the reproduction of cell formats between cells. If you want to rearrange objects that have already been inserted, you can drag and drop objects as they will automatically be rearranged. Once an object has been inserted into the page, double-clicking on it will display the object properties. Alternatively, select the object and click on the Object Content button. For greater ease of use, you can use the arrow keys on the keyboard to move from one cell to another. You do not necessarily have to populate every cell on a page. If you do not insert an object into a cell it will appear as empty space.
To better understand how to exploit the page layout possibilities it should be remembered that the software obeys the following rules: The width of the page is determined by the model. The width of the columns of the page layout table is obtained by dividing the width of the page by the number of columns inserted. All cells therefore have the same width and it is not possible to manually modify such parameter. All cells in the same line of the page layout table have the same height: by default, this value is determined by the highest cell content of these cells. The inserted objects are automatically adjusted based on the dimensions of the cells of the page layout table.

Image Gallery Object

The Image Gallery is an excellent way for you to display a series of images on your website. It lets you chose the group of images you want to show on your website, which it displays as thumbnail-sized versions. This helps visitors to quickly flick through the images looking for any that interest them. When they find one and they want to have a closer look, they simply click on it to enlarge it to full size.
The way in which the Image Gallery is displayed on your website is customisable through the three sections below: List Settings In the List section, select which images you want to be in your Image Gallery. Thumbnail
The Image List shows all of the files you have chosen to include in your Image Gallery; the order in which the images are listed determines the order in which they will appear in the Gallery. As you highlight an image in the list, it will appear in the Preview panel on the right of the window. To set up and manage the Image Gallery, use the following controls: Add: Add a new image to the Image List. When the File Selection windows opens, you can add several files at a time from the same folder. Remove: Removes the currently highlighted image from the Image List. Move Up: Moves the image one place up the Image List so it will appear earlier in the Image Gallery. Move Down: Moves the image one place down the Image List so it will appear later in the Image Gallery. Edit: Opens the currently highlighted image in the Image List in Website X5 Image Editor.
For every image in the Image List, you can set the following options: Alt Text: Enter the text you want shown if the image cannot be displayed. This is also very important for when your website is visited by anyone who is visually impaired or using a screen reader program. Link: If you want your website visitors to click on any image and be sent to another web page or download a file, you can define the link settings in the Link window by clicking on the button beside the Link box. Note that this link replaces the enlarged image even if the option Create a link to the enlarged image is selected. Description of enlarged image: If your website visitor clicks on an image so that it is enlarged, this description text will be shown at the bottom of the enlarged image. In the Settings section, decide how you want your Image Gallery to operate.
Options: Define the Type of Image Gallery you want to create and the number of Thumbnails per row. The minimum width of a thumbnail is 48 pixels. If you insert a value for the option Thumbnails per row that causes an excessive reduction of the thumbnails, this parameter is automatically updated. As regards the types of Gallery available, it is possible to choose from: Classic - Only thumbnails of the images are shown; clicking on a thumbnail shows the enlarged image. The enlarged image can be shown in the same window as the Gallery, brought to the front of the same window while dimming the rest of the window's contents, or shown in a completely new Pop Up window.

E-mail Form Object

This section allows you to create and customise an e-mail form which visitors to your website can use to contact you. The three main sections you have are: List Send Test Note: When testing your website a warning window will appear informing you that the this feature will not work fully until your website is uploaded to the Internet. Important: In order for the e-mail to work correctly it is important that your host server supports PHP and the MAIL control must be enabled, for further information about this please contact your Service Provider. In the List section you can set the e-mail form. All the fields created are shown in the summary table, for each item in the form you will see the Description, Type and whether the answer has been set as Mandatory or not. The options available for setting the e-mail form are: Add: Opens the Field Properties window which allows you to add a field to the list. Duplicate: Allows you to create a copy of the selected field. Remove: Allows you to delete the selected field. Move Up: Allows you to move the selected field before the previous field among those already entered in the list. Move Down: Allows you to move the selected field after the following field among those already entered in the list. Edit: Allows you to open the Field Properties window in order for you to edit the settings in the selected field. The window Field Properties recalled by the command Add or by the command Edit appears as follows: Graphics
The Field Properties allows you to define the field type settings as follows: Text: A Single line text field suitable for collecting data such as names, telephone, fax etc. E-mail Address: A Single line text field formatted to collect e-mail address, an automatic filter checks the e-mail format to ensure all e-mail addresses contain the "@" and ".". Text Area: An expandable text field suitable for collecting data such as comments, information and feedback. Date: Specific text field for entering a date - 3 fields will be placed in to the e-mail form - day, month and year. Dropdown List: A single field is shown which unfolds a drop-down list from which visitors can choose one item only. List: A complete list of options is shown from which the visitor can only choose one item only. Multiple Choice: A complete list of options are shown with tick boxes from which visitors can select more than one item. Single Choice: A complete list of options are shown from which visitors can select only one item. Attachment File: A single line text field in which the user can select and attached a file by clicking on the button. Important: In order to ensure attachments are correctly added please contact your Service Provider.

This window, recalled through the button , allows you to define the type of hypertext link to be inserted on the selected words or images. The options available in this section are: Action Description
The options in Action section allow you to define the links:
Website Page Allows you to set a link to a page on your website. Clicking on the button will allow you to browse the site map and select the page you would like to link. You can set the link to either open in the same window or open a new browser window. Local File or Internet File Allows you to set a link to an external webpage that is stored on your computer or that is already published. To specify a page which is on your computer choose the option for Local File and then click on the button to locate your file. To specify a published webpage choose the Internet File options and then type in the URL in the field provided. Finally you should choose how the page will be displayed Open in the same window, Open in a new window or Open in an external PopUp window. Selecting the last option will open a new window, the dimensions of which (Width and Height) can be set as well as defining whether or not to display the vertical scroll bar (Show Scrollbar). Inner Popup Allows you to set a link to display any file present on the computer on which you are working or already published on the Internet in a special window called Inner Popup. Unlike the external PopUp, in this case, on activating the link, the file is displayed in the foreground on the background of the original page which is automatically made opaque and darkened. To specify which file to link simply activate the option Local file and click on the button to browse the resources saved on the system or activate the option Internet file and type the address (URL) which identifies the po80
sition on the Internet. Via the available options, it is possible to set the dimensions (Width and Height) of the PopUp window as well as a Description to be displayed as a legend. Finally, on activating the option Show movement effect, a page transition from above is added to the PopUp window. The link to the Inner Popup window is particularly recommended for viewing the images. Sound Allows you to set a link to generate sound. To specify which file to link to simply activate the option Local file and click on the button to browse the resources or activate the option Internet file and type the address (URL) which identifies webpage from which you would like to take the sound file. File formats supported are: WAV, MP3, WMA and MID format. Clicking on the link a first time activates the sound, clicking again deactivates it. The sound is also interrupted when clicking on another link with sound or changing page. E-mail Address Allows you to set a link to open the default e-mail program to send an email. To set this type of link you have to insert the recipient e-mail address. Internet Call Allows you to set a link through which it is possible to open the program associated to internet phone calls (e.g. Skype) to speak with the defined user. The user to call must be specified through the relevant field. Print this Page Allows you to set a link to start the print of the displayed page. Message Box This creates a small Popup message window (Like the ones you get in Windows) to give your website visitor a warning message. To define this type of link simply input the message text in the field. SlideShow Allows you to set a link to display a SlideShow when the link is clicked. To make this link work correctly, you have to have previously created a page containing the SlideShow and to have started the option Enable fullscreen, among the Settings of this object. Add to Favorites Allows your webpage to be added to the visitors Favourites List when the link is clicked on. To define this type of connection simply specify the address (URL) and the title of the website.

Default Page Creates a link to set the specified website page, which opens in a new window. RSS Feed Allows you to display the RSS Feed of the site: the connection is active only if an RSS Feed was actually created via the appropriate window of the Advanced Settings. Test Note: When testing your website a warning window will appear informing you that RSS Feed will only be displayed once the website has be uploaded. Blog Allows you to set a link to open an internal Blog linked to the current website. To ensure that this link operates correctly, it is necessary to have previously created a Blog via the appropriate section of the I. Via the available options it is possible to specify if the linked resource must be displayed in the same window or in a new window of the Browser. Site Map Allows you to set a link to display the complete sitemap on a specific page. The items displayed in the sitemap are created automatically and will contain active links to the single pages. The map represents a useful navigation tool for the user. The items of the map can be displayed via the controls "Expand all" and "Collapse all". Even if the Site Map link is not used, the site map is created and linked to the HTML code of the pages through the Meta-Tag <sitemap>, to achieve a better indexing of the contents by Search Engines. The link to the Site Map is automatically inserted as last item of the menu displayed at the bottom of the page (it can be enabled thanks to the option Display the first level menu items on the bottom of the page in Menu Selection). Show Cart Allows you to set a link to display the e-commerce cart page with a list of all the products already ordered. Product Order Allows you to set a link to access the e-commerce cart or to directly place an order for the specified product among those to purchase. Firstly, select
from the appropriate category for the product and leave the Show product list of chosen category enabled. Secondly, select the product from the list and ensure the Add product directly to cart is enabled. Finally, set the default value of the Quantity. To make the links Show Cart and Product Order work correctly, you must have created the e-commerce cart in the Shopping Cart section of Advanced Settings. The options in Description section allow you to define the description of the links.

should be considered as the transparent color. For further information see Notes on image transparency. Back Image: Choose an image to be used as the background for the menu item buttons. Simply click on the button to look for the image on your computer. Note that the image must be in a JPG, GIF or PNG format. Back Image on Mouse Over: Select an image to be used as the background for the menu item buttons when the mouse is positioned over the menu item. In the 3D Style section, you can choose from an array of special image effects to use on your menu items. Note that this group of settings is only available if you have ticked the Create Button As Image option in the General section. The customization options are: Shape: Choose the overall shape of each button from a list of over 20. Effect: Select the 3D look of the interior of the button from the following options: Pillow, Flat, Flat Pillow, Inset, Plastic, Lucid Look, Gel Look, Aqua Look. Border Style: Define the style (None, Pillow, Inset, Simple Inset) of the border of each menu item. Border Color on Mouse Over: If a style has been applied to the border and this option is selected, the color change that happens when the mouse moves over the button will only be applied to the border of the menu item instead of the entire item. Border Width: Sets the width of the border around the menu item buttons. Light: Select the direction of the lighting effect used on the button. Corner Radius: Choose how 'curvy' the corner of the menu item will appear - the higher the number, the greater the curve. Contrast: Select the level of contrast between dark and light used in the menu item buttons. Image Opacity: By adjusting this setting, you will be deciding how transparent the image of the button will appear to be.

Sub Menu Style

In this section, you can set the overall look of the Sub Menu. The Settings customization options are: Menu Position: If the option Show a vertical sub-menu with the current level items in the Menu Selection window is selected, this option allows you to specify if it should be displayed on the right or on the left of the page. Width: Set the width of the buttons of the Drop Down Menus. Enable Drop Down Menu for the Sub Level Items: If this option is ticked, then where a sub-menu contains a level item, this option shows the next sub-menu by clicking on the item. If this is not ticked, clicking on the level item automatically opens the first page of the level itself.

Blog - Control panel

A Blog is a kind of on-line diary through which you can publish articles on any subject you wish. Accepting comments on your articles from website visitors helps create a more interactive experience for your website visitors. For readers to add comments on your articles, you must first configure the options in the Comments section in the Blog window. The most important items that should be set are: Tick the Let Readers add Comments to your Blog option. Check if you need to enter a Public Folder Path, for saving user comments.
Enter a Administrator Password, so you can access the online Control Panel so for managing visitor comments. Specify the E-mail Address for Comment Notification, so you can be notified of new comments. Choose between allowing comments to be displayed immediately (Show Inserted Comments Immediately) or only after approval (Show Comments After Admin Approval). Visitors reading your Blog will be able to comment by using the Comment Form that is automatically displayed at the bottom of your articles. It requires commenter to supply the following information: Name, Email, Website and Message. Apart from their Website, all other fields are mandatory. Once a comment is left, an alert e-mail will be sent to the address supplied in E-mail Address for Comment Notification. If the Show Comments After Admin Approval option has been chosen, the comment will not be published until you have approved it in the online control panel. If, for example, your website homepage is, WebSite X5 will place the control panel at The online control panel lists categories and associated articles. You can use this to find the article for which the comment awaiting approval is attached note that the comments will be listed in chronological order. The entry for the comment shows: the author, their e-mail address, the text of the comment and the date and time it was sent. If the visitor has entered their website address, that link is also included. The process for managing user comments is therefore as follows: Open the online control panel and login with the password you set in the Comments Section of the Blog window. Find the category, then article for the comments awaiting approval, as noted in the notification e-mail you received. Find the comment awaiting approval in the comments list and then either: Cancel: Remove the comment completely from the system, including the control panel. Approve: Approve the comment for display on your Blog. Disapprove: Reject the comment, so that it is not published on your Blog. Note that a disapproved comment will not be deleted from the control panel.
It is a good idea to require comments on your Blog to require your approval before publishing. This will protect you from having messages that you find unacceptable published on your website.

The section Agreement Conditions allows you to set the options to add Agreement conditions i.e. Privacy, Sale of Goods etc. that the customer would have to accept before making a purchase: Insert Agreement Conditions (i.e. Privacy): Enabling this option adds a field to the footer of the order form where the Agreement Conditions are indicated and have to be accepted to submit the order. The field can be used to present the Privacy regulations for example relating to the collection of data. Agreement Title: Allows you to insert a title for the Agreement. Agreement Text: Allows you to insert the text for the Agreement. Via the options of the General section you can set the graphic style, VAT and currency options.
The Graphical Settings section allows you to define the style of your ecommerce cart (with the exception of the styles present in the product presentation table): Font: Allows you to specify the font type, style and size. Text Color: Allows you to specify the font color. Add to Cart Image: Allows you to specify the image to use for the Add to Cart button, i.e. the button visitors to your website will use to select items for purchase.
Remove from Cart Image: Allows you to specify the image to use for the Remove from Cart button, i.e. the button visitors to your website will use to deselect items they have added to their cart for purchase. Preview not available Image: Allows you to specify the image to use for the Image Not Available message which normally appears in the product listing when there is no image available to show the users. There is a selection of pre-loaded images you can use for the "Add" and "Remove" from the shopping cart. The images can be found in the "Cart" folder within the installation folder of WebSite X5. The Graphic Settings for Product List allows you to further define the style to apply to the e-commerce cart: Cell Text: Allows you to specify the font color. Heading text: Allows you to define the color of the text in the header. Cell Background: Allows you to specify the background color of the cell. Heading Background: Allows you to specify the background color of the header cell. Border Color: Allows you to specify the color of the table border. From the Currency Settings you can define the settings for the currency and VAT: Currency Symbol: Allows you to select the currency symbol to use in the cart. Show Currency on the Right: Enabling this option, the currency symbol will be shown on right-hand side of the prices. Show Decimal Places: By enabling this option all numbers will be shown with two decimal places. Add VAT (%): Allows you to specify the percentage of VAT to apply. Prices can be shown either with or without VAT included. If you choose to show the pricing without any VAT then you must enter a percentage in to the Add VAT % so that all prices will have VAT added. If you choose to add VAT in this way you should note that VAT is added to the total value of the order and not the individual products. Alternative, you can enter prices with VAT included, in this instance you should leave the value of VAT as 0.



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