HTML Editor Options

In various areas of the Investment Dominator you will find an HTML editor that will allow you to insert images, create bullet-point lists, format text, align text, add hyperlinks, create data tables, paste text from an external source, and much much more!

Below are just some of the options available to you in our HTML Editor.

Hover over the icons in the HTML Editor itself to get a definition of what each option is used for, but to help define some for you here please reference the image below:

Creating Line Breaks and Paragraph Breaks with The HTML Editor

When creating a custom page, post, or document you have the option to create a line break or a paragraph break in your text.

To create a paragraph break simply click the ‘Enter’ key on your keyboard and this will drop your next line down a paragraph space.

To create a line break hold down the ‘Shift’ key then click the ‘Enter’ key this will drop your text to the line below.

File Library

If you would like to host a file like an image, video, or document (max file size 10MB) online you can use the Investment Dominator File Library to do so. You can access the File Library under ‘Customize> File Library‘.

Click the ‘Add File‘ button to locate a file on your local machine to upload to the web.

Once the file has uploaded the system will display the online path to the file.

Upload Files To The File Libray From The HTML Editor

You can upload files to the file library also from the built-in HTML Editor.

For example, click the ‘Image‘ option on the HTML Editor then under the ‘Upload‘ tab click the ‘Choose A File‘ option and then select a file from your local machine. Then click the ‘Send it to the Server‘ option to upload the file to the File Library as well as insert it into your HTML.

How To Delete Files From The File Library

You can remove files from the system by locating the file in the reference table under ‘Customize> File Library‘ then by clicking the ‘Delete‘ option next to the file you would like to remove.

You will then be prompted to ‘Confirm‘ the action.