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 12/03/2008 18:57
 
 Modified By RichardHowells  on 11/07/2009 18:59:56

Advice completely changed 11 July 2009

For code snippets, there is one thing you need to do and one thing you need to know:

  • when you enter or edit code use the 'code' button on the toolbar (it's the very last one).  If you do this then even the less than and greater than symbols will work correctly.
  • The border and the background will be supplied automatically by the site's stylesheet.

Here is a sample...

An example of some fixed layout
text left alone
by the browser and styled by the site
stylesheet it even works with <
and >

 


Cheers,
- Richard
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