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Tech update: Spacer and link list module removed

 
Simon
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on 05/25/2013

Hi everybody,

we've just recently removed two of our modules: a) our spacer module and b) the link list. Both module's functions may easily be achieved by using text modules instead, and we've already automatically converted existing modules of these types into text blocks.

Best,

Simon


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PeggyHazelwood
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on 05/25/2013

Thanks for the heads up!


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pkmcr
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on 05/26/2013

Aha - that explains why I was scratching my head yesterday thinking "hmmm I am sure there was a links list module" LOL


WordChazer
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on 05/26/2013

And why I mysteriously lost the last paragraph of an article I'd been working on after the error message displayed when I hit save...

Thanks for suggesting I wasn't completely drunk, funked or stupid, and that there actually was a perfectly good techy reason behind the failure to save.


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TessaSchlesinger
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on 05/27/2013

When I add a link to text, it still doesn't work. I tried it.

WordChazer
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on 05/28/2013

 

Tess: 05/27/2013 - 01:35 PM

When I add a link to text, it still doesn't work. I tried it.

I don't think html formats automatically in Wizzley editor like it does in Word. Possibly, if you type your articles in Word and then paste into Wizzley editor, you may find the links hold. Otherwise you'll need to make the text into an HTML link by following the instructions below when in the HTML tab.

 

Quote from dottech.org: 

Make your link appear as words instead of the actual URL (i.e. hyperlink)

How:

  1. Type in the HTML code <a href=”[INSERT URL HERE]“>[INSERT TEXT HERE]</a>.
  2. Replace [INSERT URL HERE] with the URL you desire to link to.
  3. Replace [INSERT TEXT HERE] with the text you wish to be linked.

For example:

Typing in the HTML code <a href=”http://www.politicallymotivated.net”>Ashraf is cool.</a> will result in Ashraf is cool.

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