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  • NMA - Support: Support
    please feel free to email or call us directly Our technical support program will ensure a speedy answer to any question you may have All of us at NMA are experienced Baseline CMS users and we re happy to help you out Baseline CMS Development Baseline CMS follows a continuous development path that means new features are added driven by customer requirements Cascading Style Sheets Overview An overview of style

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  • NMA - New Media Architects Ltd.
    way NMA builds and monetizes meaningful conversations NMA Your trusted web development partner We are not an agency not a DIY online software as a service portal Refreshingly we are a trusted guide with the expertise and confidence to let you maintain control of your site providing you with the knowledge to assist when you need it Conquering the re design We take a methodical approach in strengthening your web presence By assessing your unique objectives as a starting point we will transform your website into an effective communication tool flexible enough to evolve with your organization over time Mobify your website with Baseline CMS Now you can deliver a mobile version of your website that is optimized for small hand held web browsers such as smart phones tablets and netbooks Read more Survey Report 2009 How Associations are Using the Web This survey was conducted by NMA in the spring of 2009 Over 275 medium to large sized associations with offices in the GTA were contacted This report is a summary of current trends Read more Latest nma company news and events COCA Constructs New Website The Council of Ontario Construction Associations upgrades to Baseline CMS version 3 4

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  • NMA - Support: Baseline CMS Version 2.2
    and new properties adds new data or overwrites any existing data that differs from what is being imported Overwrite existing records completely replaces data for existing people back to top 2 2 2 Sequenced Content List The Display Object Content List now includes a new option for automatically sequencing items This means that a constantly refreshed list of content can be made available to the end user The Administrator can build a content list using the same methods as in previous versions and then set up how the list is displayed The choices are How many content items should be displayed in the list at once Should the list items be rotated on a daily basis or per page load For example the Administrator creates a content list of ten items and then specifies that only two of them will be displayed at one time The Administrator sets the content list to rotate through the items with each page load So the user will need to reload the page five times to view the entire list of content items In another example the Administrator chooses to create a content list of fifteen items and then specifies that only three of them will be displayed at one time The Administrator sets the content list so that the list will advance by three items each day The advantages of this new feature are The ability to cycle through a large list of content a few items at a time The ability to preset content for future display The ability to effortlessly create a dynamic feel by rotating through content Figure 2 Content List Display Object with sequencing options back to top 2 2 3 Referrer and Search Engine Reports Baseline version 2 2 now offers two new reports that detail how users arrived at your website Referrers Report The Referrers Report lists the web pages that people were on when they clicked a link to go to your website The report contains the following features Specify the date range in which referrers were captured Choose whether the report should group referrers by domain name example yahoo ca or for the exact page by URL the raw URL such as http ca search yahoo com Search Engine Query Report The Search Engine Query Report lists the queries search words and phrases that users entered into Google MSN or Yahoo to find your website This report allows the Administrator of a website to optimize the content key words and titles of the site based on what search words or phrases were used to find their website The report contains the following features Specify the date range for queries Choose whether the report should group queries by words multiple word queries are broken down into single words or actual queries what was actually entered into the search engine back to top 2 2 4 Subscription Management In previous versions of Baseline subscribers could set their email address to inactive This would prevent them from receiving

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  • NMA - Support: Appendix A: Shell Priority Sequence for Parser
    determine which Shell to display for a given page the Baseline Parser runs through the following sequence of checks It ignores any remaining steps once it is able to retrieve the proper Shell Check if a specific Shell was passed into the current page Check if a specific Website was passed into the current page If this is true then use the default Shell associated with it Check if a specific Classification was passed into the current page If this is true then use the Shell associated with the Classification If the current page is a Content page then Check if the Content is associated with a Classification that uses the same shell as the one currently being used If this is true then use the Shell associated with the Classification Check if the Content is associated with a Classification that belongs to the same website that is currently being used If this is true then use the Shell associated with the Classification Check if the Content is associated with any Classification If this is true then use the Shell associated with the first found Classification Check if the Baseline Website can be determined from the URL being used If

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  • NMA - Support: Cascading Style Sheets Overview
    contains a group of style rules The CSS syntax for a style rule can be broken up into three parts Selector Property Value Combining the above three parts creates a style rule in the format selector property value The selector is composed of one to three of the following items HTML element Class ID Classes are used to group HTML elements together and ID s are used to give an HTML element a unique identifier The following examples illustrate how to use the selector to target specific HTML elements HTML paragraph elements example of selector p p will be targeted with the following style p property value HTML elements with a class name of Test example div class Test div will be targeted with the following style Test property value HTML elements with an ID of Test example div id Test div will be targeted with the following style Test property value HTML paragraph elements with a class name of Test example p class Test p will be targeted with the following style p Test property value Properties and values are used to define an HTML element s position and style Multiple properties can be declared in a style rule by separating each one with a semi colon The following examples show how a style sheet can be built up p font family Arial Helvetica font size 75 color 000000 div border style solid border width 1px border color 000000 p Title font size 120 font weight bold color 990000 td padding 2px td Label text align right background color CCCCCC HomepageHeadline font size 135 text decoration underline The style rule for an element s class will override the style rule associated with an element s HTML tag however the style rule for an element s ID will override the

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  • NMA - Support
    List Case Studies Reports support Baseline CMS Development Cascading Style Sheets Overview FAQ Glossary of Terms The Benefits of a Content Management System Tracking number 44201 Please click here to report this error or to request support This will send an email to the site administrator U ser Name P assword Forgot My Password Advanced Search Support Baseline CMS Development Cascading Style Sheets Overview FAQ Glossary of Terms The Benefits

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  • NMA - Support: Knowledge Base
    studies Client List Case Studies Reports support Baseline CMS Development Cascading Style Sheets Overview FAQ Glossary of Terms The Benefits of a Content Management System Home Support Baseline Blog Knowledge Base Appendix A Shell Priority Sequence for Parser The Baseline Parser runs through a sequence of checks to determine which Shell to display Advanced Search Support Baseline CMS Development Cascading Style Sheets Overview FAQ Glossary of Terms The Benefits of

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  • NMA - Support: Appendix A: Shell Priority Sequence for Parser
    determine which Shell to display for a given page the Baseline Parser runs through the following sequence of checks It ignores any remaining steps once it is able to retrieve the proper Shell Check if a specific Shell was passed into the current page Check if a specific Website was passed into the current page If this is true then use the default Shell associated with it Check if a specific Classification was passed into the current page If this is true then use the Shell associated with the Classification If the current page is a Content page then Check if the Content is associated with a Classification that uses the same shell as the one currently being used If this is true then use the Shell associated with the Classification Check if the Content is associated with a Classification that belongs to the same website that is currently being used If this is true then use the Shell associated with the Classification Check if the Content is associated with any Classification If this is true then use the Shell associated with the first found Classification Check if the Baseline Website can be determined from the URL being used If

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