The item includes "quote" marks to see the effect when added to the Internet. Other trouble characters such as apostrophes & ampersands don't cause trouble. Text Inclusions will accept HTML coding.
About the only thing the system does when publishing text inclusions is anticipate returns and encode them for the internet.
We hope you can imagine many uses for this type of inclusion. Many editorial pieces include resources for the reader. Sometimes, this can be hard to deliver on the internet, but not with Linear Publishing.
With all our exotic inclusions, it's nice to have one that doesn't do anything. Just paste in your text and let the system present it. While Text inclusions will accept HTML coding for incidental formating (i.e. bold, italics and underlines) the only processing anticipated by the system is assuring that line breaks are converted for the internet.
This Example is the simplest of inclusions. Just some text pasted into a field. If it looks this good with 5 seconds work, imagine how it will improve your site.
We've added a new multi-media feature available to Editorial items and Blog entries. Easily allows users to attach Youtubes, Flash, Audio, Web Pages, Quicktime Movies and extended images.
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