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I've recently noticed that while HTML is fully supported while your hiding a cache, only certain HTML codes are supported when placing a log on a cache... e.g. Leek works, but Leek doesn't...

Is there a definitive list of HTML codes that are allowed in log notes???

 

You will seek the Cache, and you will find it if

you seek it with all your heart and with all your soul...(with apologies to Deuteronomy)

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I did not think any HTML was allowed in logs anymore. I am suprised that the bold tag works.

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, and work, and if you put a website URL, it will automatically create it as a link. I think that's all that will work - but I'm not the best authority on it.

 

Markwell

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What Markwell said, plus the quote tag works...

 

& q u o t ;

 

What I wanna know is how people know about the smileys in the logs. I've never seen a list anywhere of emoticons, but folks are coming up with all kinds of 'em.

 

Jamie

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quote:
Originally posted by Jamie Z:

& q u o t ;


 

That's " to you, monkey boy! It probably recognizes all entities, like &, <, >, ç, ° (important one there...)

 

quote:

What I wanna know is how people know about the smileys in the logs. I've never seen a list anywhere of emoticons, but folks are coming up with all kinds of 'em.


 

The smiley-face button above your log pops up this page.

 

warm.gif

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quote:
Originally posted by Warm Fuzzies - Fuzzy:

That's " to you, monkey boy! It probably recognizes all entities, like &, <, >, ç, °


Man.. sometimes, I just wish I kept quiet.

 

Monkey boy? How'd I get that. I'm just trying to figure out how you had the forums print out the entities. Ah.. now I got it.

 

I simply chose to add some spaces icon_razz.gif.

 

And that smiley list. I've been looking for that for months. Thanks Markwell.

 

Thanks fuzzy for rubbing salt in the wound.

 

Jamie

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