10-07-2012 08:31 AM
10-08-2012 04:59 AM - edited 10-08-2012 05:00 AM
HTML tags are supported.
When composing a post with HTML tags, you can switch tabs from Rich Text to the HTML tab in the word editor. Then you can preview the post on the preview tab to check the formatting.
10-08-2012 08:44 AM
Thank you for your reply. I trust you have actually tried it? When I try it, the editor objects to invalid HTML code; it removes and corrects, but I get nowhere. Can you show me a sample body of text that you have verified to be working?
I am interested in composing a post, so that a given section within it can be referenced by a URL. For instance it would come in handy to jump straight to the place in the Score Watch guide that offers definitions of score alert vs credit alert.
10-08-2012 02:16 PM
Ahhh. . . if I'm understanding you correctly, you actually want to link to a particular URL in your post.
To do that, highlight the text in your post with your mouse and click on the hyperlink (chain) icon in the text editor. Then, you can insert the URL of where you want to link to and the hyperlink will be created in the post.
10-08-2012 06:52 PM
Let me try to explain it differently, this time using an example. The following URL goes directly to message 3 in this thread.
But what if you would like the URL to point to a particular place inside the message? Then perhaps the URL could look like this.
Does that make sense to you?
10-08-2012 08:39 PM - edited 10-08-2012 08:39 PM
OK. That makes sense. If you're replying in the same thread, the best thing to do is use the quote button for the post you're referring to and then edit out the text that you don't need.
If you're wanting to link to it in a different thread, you canl only link to the post itself, rather than to a particular part of the post.
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