Back To Top


Back To Top feature can be useful to visitors reading long articles or browsing large pages. Instead of scrolling all the way to the top, your visitors can click on Back To Top Button. Button colors (both arrow and background) can be customized.


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SideZoom


SideZoom display thumbnail of image.

Move with mouse above image to see

zoomed detail view.


posted by miro   tags:  • Zoom • Images 

Float Login


EZGenerator Float Login FeatureLogin windows are never exciting, but they are also a pain when your visitors can’t find them on the page or they hog space.

EZGenerator 4 allows a ‘Float login bar’ placed at the top or to the left of the template. It remains hidden when you browse pages but appears when the visitor presses the small login button. This draws attention to the login form and also keeps your precious screen real-estate free for more content.

 

There is also an option (left_zero) that let's you add information in an editable area for the Float login.


How to add floating login form in project:
* Go to Project Template.
* Choose style from the Float Login drop down box
* Press the Apply button (icon) to the right and it will be added to template.

 
 


posted by miro   tags:  • Float • Login 

Slide-bar


EZGenerator Slidebar FeatureNew to EZGenerator 4 is the Slide-bar window that contains images and or text with an integrated scroll-bar. This is a great way to fit more easily accessible content on your pages. You can also scroll the content automatically and adjust the speed of the transition.

 

 

 


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Tooltip Styles


Tooltips are pop-up texts that appear when the visitor places their mouse cursor over a link or feature. In EZGenerator 4 you now can design your own tool-tip boxes and make them into ‘styles’ to be used in your project.

 

From the ‘Manage Tooltip Styles’ dialogue (second thumbnail below) there are five tabs: Main, Top, Title, Text and Bottom. From these you can input settings to define background colour, font colour and image dimensions etc.

If you want to use a transparent image, as shown in the example you must remove background colours from all the tabs where it is present.


Click image to the left to see an example as well as the thumbnails below outlining the various screens.

 

 

 


posted by miro   tags:  • Tooltips 




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