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Article Number: 1680 | Last Updated: Thu, Oct 20, 2011 4:17 PM
The HTML Toolbar branch under Configuration - Toolbars/Menus provides an interface where users may customize the HTML text inserted when HTML buttons are selected in the HTML toolbar.
When a button is selected from the toolbar row, the text associated with this button will be displayed in the edit window and users may modify this text and save it to customize what is inserted by pressing the selected HTML button. By default, the HTML option will be selected in the Predefined section and the default buttons will insert text conforming to the HTML 4 standard. If the XHTML option is selected, the default buttons will insert text conforming to the XHTML standard.
Users may also associate custom bitmap images with new "blank" toolbar buttons and specify what text should be inserted when pressing these buttons. Users may specify where the cursor should be presented when an element is inserted into the active document by using "|" in the text area, as is supported for templates. For example typing "< td>|</ td>" would present the cursor or any currently selected text between the specified HTML elements. " " should be used in the template text to represent a newline. If a tab is desired, users should copy an actual tab character to the Windows clipboard prior to opening the HTML toolbar configuration dialog and paste the actual tab character into the template text.
If the Modify Actual HTML Toolbar button is pressed, the Toolbar Configuration dialog will be presented with the HTML Toolbar selected for customization.
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