Managing Page Attributes

Manage Page Attributes

This management console provides the ability to use page table structures, use page table structures for mobile, call the Body OnLoad function, disable Site Styles when editing, or the ability to insert default coding into custom areas.

Manage Page Attributes


Use Page Table

The use page table structures option allows the user to structure a page using tables instead of designing it free form. This is useful when first building a page. The use page table structures for mobile option allows the page to be formatted for mobile devices. The source code will be set up with div functions when either of these options are selected.


Body OnLoad

The window object in JavaScript has an event handler called OnLoad. When this event handler is used, the entire page and all of its related files and components are loaded before the function listed in the onload event handler is executed, hence the term "on load." This allows the user to load multilple functions at once. The call the Body OnLoad function allows the user to turn this feature on or off.


The disable Site Styles when editing option allows the user to disable any site styling such as background colors, fonts, letter spacing, etc. while editing the site. The styles will be present upon publishing the page.

For any of the Insert Default Head, Insert Default Header, Insert Default Top, etc. options, any content you place into the head or border area using the Breeze Website Builder will appear above the default head, header, top, etc. by default. A special pre-defined string is used as a separator that will allow you to put content below the default head, header, top, etc. if so desired. To do this, place <!-- Page Content Divider --> inside of your content using Source view in the editor. The content following the <!-- Page Content Divider --> will appear after default head, header, top, etc..