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Topic # 15472 24-Aug-2007 13:54
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I've got some html code I'd like to add into my blog profile.  But it doesn't seem to take.

I dont even think I can post it here, as it will try to display.  It contains sylesheet items and stuff.

Any hints.

i'm trying to add at Last.FM album quilt..

http://www.last.fm/widgets/

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Reply # 83609 24-Aug-2007 14:02
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When adding code to your sidebar make sure you have no line breaks, because those will be replaced with BR code in the final output.

Best thing is to copy the code to Notepad, turn Wordrap off and make sure everything is in a single line.






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  Reply # 83610 24-Aug-2007 14:08
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Hmm, still didn't seem to like it.  Seems to rip out all the stylesheet stuff.


 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 83613 24-Aug-2007 14:27
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and you put it into wordpad like recommending above??

I'm just going into the "Note for your profile" and dumping that code directly - have tried via html as well.

Every time I do it, and it come out garbage, I go in to the view html, and can see the <style> tags have been stripped out.




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Reply # 83614 24-Aug-2007 14:29
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Ah.... You shouldn't paste into the "Notes" because that is a rich text editor field and style is removed.

You have to create a new "List". Choose "Free text" type. Then add an item to it. That's all.







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  Reply # 83616 24-Aug-2007 14:39
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LEGEND!!

Cool




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Excellent!  I've been trying to work this out for ages! Laughing




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lugh: Excellent! I've been trying to work this out for ages! Laughing


Ha,. I was going to ask you since you were a last.fmian as well!!






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