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This information is provided to assist existing software users only.

Extras - CSS editing Metadata - Table of Contents

Built-in extras

RiverDocs Converter has tools for carrying out three important web-related tasks during the editing stage:

CSS editing

RiverDocs supports best practice in web editing by providing the Converter with a powerful built-in CSS Editor. As well as ensuring that your documents comply with accessibility standards, you can adjust the presentational style of headings, tables and other elements of the document in a professional manner using the Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) 2.0 standard.

Metadata editing

The Converter also incorporates a Metadata Editor. This tool makes it easy to insert metadata such as keywords, descriptions and copyright information into your file if they are not already present. You do not have to type the element code for these manually, as the Editor inserts the Dublin Core Simple metadata category fields and a selection of the Qualified fields - you only need to type in your own values.

Your saved metadata values are automatically added to every page when you publish your document.

Table of Contents

During conversion, RiverDocs generates a linked table of contents (TOC) for the document, based on its headings and page structure, which is saved as a separate file (usually index.html). You can edit the headings in the Editing pane and the link text by using the Table of Contents pane.

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