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Chapter 8: Living Pictures

Living Pictures are a really cool type of animated GIF that you can create. Rather than just being a video converted to GIF, where every part of every frame moves, these images animate only...

Chapter 9: PNG Slide Show Projects

Hate the idea of being limited to 256 colors in your animated GIFs? Don’t want to have to embed a video in your website, or don’t want to rely on Flash to display your video? Animation Studio...

Chapter 10: Exporting

Exporting is a little bit different than saving. When you save your project, Animation Studio creates an animated GIF at the same time using the frames you’ve selected. But to create a file...

Chapter 11: Preferences

Animation Studio doesn’t have very many preferences to set—in fact, there’s only one! It’s an important one though, because it determines how your added images look in your animation. When...

Chapter 12: Preparing Frames with Web Image Studio

The groundwork for any exceptional animation is the quality of its frames. Without great frames, your animation won’t look good. Therefore, it is of utmost importance to prepare your frames...

Chapter 13: Keyboard Shortcuts

You can perform the most commonly used functions in Animation Studio using keyboard shortcuts. Below is a complete list of all the keyboard shortcuts available in the program: New: Ctrl+N...

Frequently Asked Questions

Look for a bit more? Well we have the below listed articles to help you out a bit more!   Creating a Living Picture Dither Modes in Animation Studio Disposal Methods in...

Chapter 1: Getting to know the Website Access Manager Workspace

Website Access Manager can do some many things for your website that it is hard to mention them all. Here you will find a basic layout of the Workspace in WAM. Wam Workspace...

Chapter 2: Behind the Scenes of Website Access Manager

In order to effectively use Website Access Manager, it’s necessary to understand how the software and the underlying process work. Looking for detailed but easy-to-understand information...

Chapter 3: New Profile Wizard Walkthrough

When you first open Website Access Manager, you will be prompted to create a new profile. The first step checks to see if your server is compatible with the program. Because .htaccess only works...

Chapter 4: General Overview

In this walkthrough, we’re going to cover how to create and edit users, and then how to grant and remove access to parts of your website. Step 1: Adding a user Step 2: Adding...

Chapter 5: Working with Redirection Settings

Custom Error Pages You can use one of the included themes or make one of your very own. To add your own custom theme click the Create New Theme button and enter your theme name....

Website Access Manager Frequently Asked Questions

What Are the Server Requirements to Use Website Access Manager? You should be running an Apache or Apache-compatible server (lighttpd and EhttpD work too). The program actually comes with a...

Website Access Manager Keyboard Shortcuts

You can perform the most commonly used functions in Website Access Manager using keyboard shortcuts. Below is a complete list of all the keyboard shortcuts available in the program:...

Chapter 3: Creating a New Webpage

There are three ways to create a new page in the HTML Editor: using the Quick Start Wizard , starting from scratch, using a layout, or using a theme. Quick Links: New Blank Page...

Chapter 6: Previewing Your Work

The HTML Editor gives you a ton of different options for previewing your work. After all, it’s good web design practice to view your website in several different browsers to ensure...

Chapter 7: Uploading Your Website Project

When your website is ready for life on the web, you have two publishing options: FTP Account Sync with S-Drive You can access these options by going to File > Upload to...

Chapter 9: Other Functions of the Html Editor

The HTML Editor does a few more things in a unique way that you may need some more information with. The most commonly used functions are shown here. Switching Between Open Files There...

Chapter 10: HTML Editor Frequently Asked Questions

Features, Tools, and Functionality What are the limitations of the trial version of the HTML Editor? The trial version of the HTML Editor has the same functionality as the registered...

Chapter 11: HTML Editor Keyboard Shortcuts

You can perform the most commonly used functions in the HTML Editor using keyboard shortcuts. Below is a complete list of all the keyboard shortcuts available in the program: File...

LockBox Frequently Asked Questions

Backing up your database To back up your .clb file, personal settings, and the program itself, go to File > Backup Lockbox Database . This opens a window that allows you to save your...

Image Compression Program

Speed is a big ranking factor with the search engines, so you want your website to load as fast as possible. More compact images take less time to load and therefore speed up your website and your...

File Compression Program

The File compressor tool included with our Website Insight program comresses your files so that your visitors recieve the fastest reseption on your website!      1....

Customizing your HTML Editor Settings

You asked for it and we delivered! You now have the ability to change the toolbar markup used in the HTML Editor to your liking! Why you might ask? Well we have had several requests from our...

Chapter 2: Getting Started with the Web Editor

We cannot stress enough how important Projects are. If used correctly, this tool can make broken links a thing of the past. You’ll never see those pesky red broken images again! Before we...

Chapter 3: Blocks and Cursors

Whether you’re hand-coding tons of repetitive items or rearranging a huge document, you’ll find that the Web Editor’s blocks and cursors shortcuts are a huge help. Blocks Blocks are...

Chapter 4: Bookmarks

If you’re working on a big, complicated document, bookmarks are going to be your life saver. You can place a bookmark on any line of code in any open document. They’ll all appear in the Project...

Chapter 6: Searching

The Web Editor wants to help you stay organized, right? Well, how organized would you be if you had to frantically search around for stuff that you lost when you could have a program do it for...

Chapter 7: Server Management

Setting up any web server or S-Drive account is simple with the Server Management window. To set up publishing destinations you have a few options to get there: Right click on your project...

Chapter 8: Plugins

Web Editor by itself is intended to be a lean, mean coding machine, able to get the job done efficiently without being loaded down with a million features that you may or may not need to use....