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Customizing HTML apperance

Below you can find answers on the commonest question related to HTML appearance of the result script.


How can I define color scheme of my web pages?


Where can I attune main captions of result script?


Can I edit header and footer of the result script?


Can I see the applied appearance settings before the script generation?


This step allows you to customize the HTML appearance of the result scripts. The Styles tab represents font settings and background color for the selected document element in the list. Below you can also specify such script common options as a body background image, table background color, etc.


To use strip rows select the Strip Row element and use the Show strip styles option (checked by default).

Check the Use External Style Sheet option to create a *.css file, common for all the created scripts where all the options will be stored.



The Localization tab allows you to rename the basic script elements according to your preferences.



The Header & Footer tab provides you with an ability to create web-pages designed according to likings.



All the customizations you have made are displayed in the Preview area. The latter also contains some standard HTML templates to select the appearance scheme quickly.



Note: Use the Don't show this step any more checkbox to hide this step in your later wizard sessions. You may uncheck the option within the corresponding tab of the Options dialog.

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