Many users of Uplifter are volunteers being placed into positions, or team members who have otherwise not used an online registration system before. As such, many of our users are not 'tech savvy'. This is nothing to be embarrassed about - you have to start somewhere! Even the most adept tech expert had to ask lots of questions to get where they are today. This article lists a few of the more common questions we've received from our users about things not necessarily concerning the Uplifter system.
How Do I Use This Page?
Below is a list of the frequently asked questions (FAQs) that we receive from our users. Each question is displayed as a grey box. To view the answer to that question simply left click anywhere on they grey box. This will expand the section and show you the answer. You can also click the grey box again to hide the answer if you'd like.
Frequently Asked Questions
Which browser should I use?
How can I increase the size of the text?
Mac: If you are using a Mac you can hold Options + Command + Plus Sign (+)/Minus Sign (-) to zoom in and out.
How do I add Uplifter as a bookmark?
- Navigate to the desired site
- Press Ctrl + D, or select the Add Bookmark icon at the far left of the URL bar (where you add your site address)
- Enter/update the Name for your bookmark and adjust any Folder options (we recommend you select Bookmarks Bar)
- Select Done
Community Suggested Tools
At times, certain elements or assets may require action to be taken on them before introducing them into Uplifter. This may require a third-party software. Though we do not support or endorse any specific softwares for these jobs, below is a list of community suggestions for various tools you may find useful.
- W3: HTML - a free, online training tool. An excellent resource for those venturing into the Source Code of their page editors. Additional resources for other languages/scripts are also available.
- Greenshot - a free screen capture tool. Highly useful, easy to use, and some basic editing tools make this a must have for capturing those hard-to-explain scenarios.
- Snipping Tool - if you have Windows 10 you should also have their built in Snipping Tool. To find it, simply select the Windows icon in the bottom left, then begin typing Snipping Tool. It should display at the top of the list for your use.
- Loom - a free, online screen recording tool. This exists solely as a Chrome extension presently. With an ever expanding arsenal of tools, Loom is a great free option to record your interactions with our site or any other.
If you have more tips or suggestions that you would like to share with the community please feel free to forward them to firstname.lastname@example.org for consideration.