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Update released. Direct editing of HTML code - for geeks out there :-)

Dmitriy Buterin 11 July 2006 1 comments
We have updated Wild Apricot system today.
Most updates were about polishing the rough edges (a.k.a. bugs ). One new feature for you tech-savvy early adopters is ability to directly view and edit HTML code of your webpages. To use this feature select your page, start editing ([Edit] button) and then click on the [HTML] button in the editor toolbar.
Note: It currently does not allow inserting Javascript code (security precaution) and we are working on other ways to address this need.
This is a stopgap measure as we are planning many other visual editing feature to help you edit and format your pages (inserting documents, table wizard, page layouts and more).
But until these new great features are implemented, at least you can fire up HTML editor like Dremweaver (or find a friendly geek to help you), create a nice table or some other HTML code - and copy-paste it into your WildApricot webpage.
Over and out.

Dmitriy Buterin [Chief Apricot] Dmitriy Buterin [Chief Apricot]

Posted by Dmitriy Buterin [Chief Apricot]

Published Tuesday, 11 July 2006 at 1:45 PM


  • Ralph said:

    Monday, 10 December 2007 at 1:14 AM

    I would be very gracefull if I look at demo of this application.

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