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Adding a custom div with a class

Thread began 2/04/2011 6:26 am by alistair316863 | Last modified 2/04/2011 12:13 pm by Jason Byrnes | 757 views | 1 replies |


Adding a custom div with a class

When someone edits a page i need for them to be able to highlight some text and place it in a div with a certain class.

I know how to add text styles but wondered if its possible to add a custom div style to the "format" drop down for them to select?

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

No, you cannot add a div to the format tab.

you should be able to add a style for a div to the styles list by editing the style xml files in the HTMLEditor Custom Folder (There are 2 of them).

<Style name="MyDiv" element="div" >
<Attribute name="class" value="MyDiv" />

should add an option for a div style to the list.

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