HTML Code Examples

HTML Code Examples
This program will manage the all of the HTML coding necessary for your Ecommerce web site. In some cases you may want to add additional HTML coding to your Product Ad's Item Descriptions and Support Pages text to obtain a desired appearance. The most common HTML code you may need to use is the HTML code for Carriage Returns, Bold & Underlined Font Text, and Font Color. Below are some example on how to use the HTML code. You can also refer to the Demonstration web site data that was initially included with this program for more examples on how to implement HTML coding.

Carriage Returns
The HTML code for a single carriage returns is <br>
   Example: Welcome to our Web Site.<br>Enjoy your shopping experience.
   Result:   Welcome to our Web Site.
                 Enjoy your shopping experience.
Note: Use <br><br> together for two carriage returns (similar to beginning a paragraph)

Bold and Underlined Font Text Formatting
The HTML code for Bold Font text is <b>. The HTML code for Underlined Font text is <u>. You must end the font formatting with a </b> for bold and a </u> for underlined.
   Example: <b><u>Welcome to our Web Site.</u></b> Enjoy your shopping experience.
   Result: Welcome to our Web Site. Enjoy your shopping experience.

Font Color
   Example: <font color=#ff0000><b>Welcome to our Web Site.</b></font> Enjoy your shopping experience.
   Result: Welcome to our Web Site. Enjoy your shopping experience.

Email Link Sample HTML code
<a href="mailto:CustomerService@Demostoreonline.com">CustomerService@Demostoreonline.com</a>

Hyperlink Sample HTML code
<a href="http://xlecom.com"> Click here to visit XLEcom</a>

HTML Ad Example
Example: <b>Specifications:</b><br>• Form Factor: Supports <u>all Flex, Micro, Full ATX motherboards</u><br>• External Driver Bays: 3 x 5.25", 2 x 3.5"
Result: Specifications:
           • Form Factor: Supports all Flex, Micro, Full ATX motherboards
           • External Driver Bays: 3 x 5.25", 2 x 3.5"

Note: Hold down the Alt key and type 0149 on the keyboard to get the "•" symbol.

Caution
The Item Name field should not contain any HTML code or carriage returns / line breaks (alt-enter). The Item Name field data is critical and is transferred to the Shopping Cart. It should only contain a short description of the product.

Sam Raheb
XLEcom Program Developer