Okay Jason, that's good on the word control and the character control.
But what happens if you say limit the words say to eight words, but it turns out that four of those words are very long - in this senario it seems seems to throw the height of the results all over the place.
My question still is what is the best WebAssist product to use to build a results page where you want to display details in the format of a catalogue and yet observes best practice as regards length of words for name, description, etc . I am familiar with hidden text and overflows, but that involves sizing div tags and I'm not sure is that best practice.
Is there any example/tutorials of what is best practice. With the WebAssist product catalogue in DataPages, it's too liquid on the height - I know this depends on the amount of text, but does the product not deal with this issue - or maybe e-cart deals with it.
Or to put my question another way, - what is the best way, using WebAssist, to build a product catalogue that has a consistent look (not so 'liquid' in terms of height). Is there a tutorial that shows how to deal with making a more rigid type catalogue?
I hope I'm making sense!