Instead of editing your text fragments and making text bold, cursive, underlined, strikethrough or superscript after having created a document with the Studio, you are able to add these styles in the text fragments themselves. Simply add a text fragment and use one of the following symbols to add a style to a certain text.
There are two ways to incorporate your Berkeley Studio model into your own online environment. First, you can embed it with an iFrame in your own website. Secondly, you can use a link to a standalone page. Both are discussed shortly below.
In several places in the Berkeley Studio you can use Markdown to give structure to your text. Markdown is an intuitive markup language for plain text, that can be translated into more complex target languages such as HTML.
The model you create in the Berkeley Studio can be viewed in the Berkeley Runner. However, eventually you will want to publish your model. At this point, the layout of your model is no longer done by the Studio. Instead, the model is styled with a presentation layer. This presentation layer can be made specifically for your company by either yourself or by Berkeley Bridge (please contact us if you want more information). If you are wondering what the possibilities are for the layout of your model, you can check the demonstrations on the website.