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hondaboybt
help with adding content to blocks
  • 2009/2/3 21:13

  • hondaboybt

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hi could someone help me
i start new block and in edit window just put something simple like welcome but in diffrent size etc and it looks like this welcome
welcome
welcome
welcome

when you review it its all fine the after submiting it and checkin on site it shows it again as welcome
welcome
welcome
welcome

its same if you add image or like, im i doing something wrong?

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hondaboybt
Re: help with adding content to blocks
  • 2009/2/3 21:17

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just notice it not displayed what i mean on here i mean it like this [ b ]w [ / b][ center ] etc

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Mamba
Re: help with adding content to blocks
  • 2009/2/3 21:27

  • Mamba

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Could you provide a snapshot, so we can better visualize it?
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hondaboybt
Re: help with adding content to blocks
  • 2009/2/3 21:37

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how do i do snapshot?
what its doin is like showing the same as web code like on the part of site when it should just be showing writin or image

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hackbrill
Re: help with adding content to blocks
  • 2009/2/3 22:18

  • hackbrill

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Make sure you have selected HTML in the content type drop-down selection box.

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hondaboybt
Re: help with adding content to blocks
  • 2009/2/3 22:29

  • hondaboybt

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just checked that n its on

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hackbrill
Re: help with adding content to blocks
  • 2009/2/3 23:32

  • hackbrill

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Those tags look like XOOPS bb codes. Try html instead: <b>text</b>. Here is a link to help: xoops codes

To get a snapshot just navigate to the page in question and choose print screen (should be a specific key on your keyboard). Print screen will copy the image to the clipboard. You can then paste the image to paint or any image editing program that allows a paste from the clipboard. Save the image and post it here in the forum. This applies to Windows machines.

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