List Builder lets you build lists, both ordered and unordered. Each child stack contains a single List Item and the settings panel will allow you to format the overall list by setting the List Type; Unordered (default) displays each List Item with a bullet, while Ordered will number each List Item consecutively. The Bullets include Disc (default), Circle, Square, Image, or None. If you choose Image, an image well will appear, waiting for an image of your choice. The Bullet Position may be set to Inside or Outside (default) the stack.
The Left and Right Indents are set in em. The Gutter (the distance between the bullet and text) and the List Item Spacing are set in pixels.
The List Builder Text Styling includes Text Size in percent, Text Colour and Font Family (both set to Inherit by default) and Line Spacing. The content may be set to Bold, Italic and/or Small Caps.
Nothing else remains to be done except to admire your new list!
I've built websites for a number of resorts and hotels. Each of those sites has a How To Find Us Page, to help the guests arrive. Nowadays every traveler has a smartphone with them, so what easier way to find a destination, than to scan a Quick Response Code that takes you to the exact spot on Google Maps, or dials the hotel's phone number?
QR Codes are matrix barcodes – a two dimensional barcode. Application areas include product tracking, item identification, time tracking, document management, and general marketing. They can also encode text, such as website addresses and provide a way to access a brand's website more quickly than by manually entering a URL. The result: higher conversion rates. Download event tickets, train tickets or flight details; enter contact details into a contact list or events into a calendar, the list of possibilities is endless.
QR Generator does exactly what its name says – it generates those matrix barcodes; no more and no less; and it has just two options.
Size. The default value is 128px.
QR Code. A field where you can enter the content for your code.
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