URL Label (Text)
Carousel ( Matrix) - Image (File), Caption (Text)
Carousel Replacement Video (Text)
Screenshots ( Matrix) - Type ( P&T Dropdown), Image (File), Caption (Text)
Is this a case story? ( Select Dropdown)
Process ( Matrix) - Heading (Text), Description ( Wygwam), Image (File), Image (File), Image (File), Image (File), Image (File), Image (File)
Custom Header CSS ( Textarea)
Custom Homepage CSS ( Textarea)
Big Screen Custom Homepage…
A good example of alignment is in White Label Dating (a company I used to work for).
They are a company that allows people to set up their own, branded dating sites. For example, a women's magazine might decide they want a dating site. Rather than building one from scratch - with the near insurmountable chicken-and-egg problem (not to mention a strongly gender-skewed audience), they can come to WLD and quickly build a site that has all the functionality ready-made... along …
…groups together linked addresses. Each group is separated by an empty line. I've also added a ‘ Label' column which will show you the label for the address if one has been set in the ‘ Address Book'. Since your receiving addresses usually have labels this makes it easy to see which other addresses they have been linked to.
Sending from multiple addresses is now supported. Simply use the CTRL key to select multiple addresses then click the ‘Send' button. The addresses …
Now it's time to actually add the Label component to our window. As mentioned earlier on, we do this by simply dragging and dropping the Label icon from our Library panel to the window we want to add it to. Doing so should result in something similar to the following:
Great! Let's rename the newly added Label to something more fitting. In the window displayed above:
Double click on the newly added Label. This should now open up the ability to edit value of this Label…