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html character enities and other html tags in Contribute3.x - Macromedia Contribute General Discussion

If you need support/integration of additional html character entities and other html tags in Contribute 3.x, please let Macromedia know that you are interested. There are over 20 folks in my group who need to add content that requires superscript, subscript and acronym html tags, and these are the type of items that should be basic in the client....

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    Default html character enities and other html tags in Contribute3.x

    If you need support/integration of additional html character entities and other
    html tags in Contribute 3.x, please let Macromedia know that you are
    interested. There are over 20 folks in my group who need to add content
    that requires superscript, subscript and acronym html tags, and these are the
    type of items that should be basic in the client.

    dnickles Guest

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    Default Re: html character enities and other html tags inContribute 3.x

    I agree. At my office we as the admins have put all of the <acronym> tags in
    oursevles, because the end users (contribute users) can't do it themselves.

    Sure, it wasn't all that hard, we only have about 3,000+ pages on our intranet
    site alone. :-)

    Thank about it. You have a string of text is wrapped within an <acronym> tag,
    HOW would that be displayed in wysiwyg? I have a good idea for this, but its
    probably a lot harder to program it.

    mzanime.com Guest

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