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Topic # 12369 14-Mar-2007 00:43
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Hi, I was playing with a custom google search for geekzone forums and wanted to post/paste it into my blog as a message.

I think it might be too scripty and is getting filtered. I also cant work hope to post a html code example, with out it getting pre stripped.

the code i wanted to paste in.

*sighs oh well*

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  Reply # 63659 14-Mar-2007 01:50
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Try the insert html function on the text editor. It allows you to inset pure html. If that fails you could always create a 'free' list and and insert the code in there. It will appear on the sidebar then



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  Reply # 63660 14-Mar-2007 03:16
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I was trying to post this, it's a script that google gives me to my custom geekzone forum search box.


<script src="http://gmodules.com/ig/ifr?url=
http://www.google.com/coop/api/013282625755678569571/cse/-d-ftrhk4hs/gadget&amp;
synd=open&amp;w=320&amp;h=75&amp;title=GeekZone+Forum&amp;
border=%23ffffff%7C3px%2C1px+solid+%23999999&amp;output=js"></script>

In the blog editor, everything starting with script is stripped out.
Also when I reedit in forums.

Even when edited in html and a blockquote used.




 
 
 
 


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Reply # 63661 14-Mar-2007 03:36
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SCRIPT is not an allowed tag in the editor. Turn off the editor to add the tag You can do it in your profile or by turning Javascript off (not to bew confused with Java).






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