Use the editing window in the HTML editor to:
Composing and Editing Text
You can use the HTML editor to compose and edit text directly, in the same ways you would with a standard word processor or standalone web authoring tool.
Place the insertion point where you want to create, edit or paste text. Use the text‐related tools in the Design tools section of the editors to control the text formatting.
The HTML editor allows you to drag‐and‐drop images, and change their size and aspect ratio.
You can also click an image to display shortcuts to image‐related design tools, see Editing Images).
Dragging-and-dropping an Image
To drag‐and‐drop an image, select the image and, holding the left mouse button down, drag it to the desired location (the new location must be within an HTML section capable of containing images). The cursor indicates the exact position to which the image will move.
Release the left mouse button.
Resizing an Image
To resize an image, select it and use the handles that display to drag it to its new size. Use the handles at the corners of the image’s borders to resize the image, preserving its aspect ratio.
Resizing Tables or Blocks
To resize a table, click anywhere in the table. Use the handles that display to drag it to its new size.
- Use the handles at the corners of the table’s borders to resize the table. This will preserve the table’s aspect ratio.
- Use your mouse and rest the cursor at the image’s vertical or horizontal borders until it displays the resize cursor, to alter the table’s width or height.