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1.
Custom Comcode tags are useful if you have developed a sophisticated piece of HTML that you wish to be used anywhere on your website, by referencing it with a simple Comcode tag. They can also be used like 'templates', to display data in a standardised and easy way.
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Located in [strings]DOC_CUSTOM_COMCODE
2.
Custom Comcode
Context:
[strings]CUSTOM_COMCODE
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Located in [strings]CUSTOM_COMCODE
3.
Add Custom Comcode tag
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Located in [strings]ADD_CUSTOM_COMCODE_TAG
4.
Edit Custom Comcode tag
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Located in [strings]EDIT_CUSTOM_COMCODE_TAG
5.
Delete Custom Comcode tag
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Located in [strings]DELETE_CUSTOM_COMCODE_TAG
6.
Replacement text
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Located in [strings]COMCODE_REPLACE
7.
This is the <acronym title="eXtensible HyperText Markup Language">XHTML</acronym> text which replaces the tag. {content} refers to what is inside your tag (between the opening and closing parts of the tag). You may add further named parameters as you need to.
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Located in [strings]DESCRIPTION_COMCODE_REPLACE
8.
Dangerous tag
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Located in [strings]DANGEROUS_TAG
9.
Whether this tag may only be used by members who have permission to run dangerous Comcode.
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Located in [strings]DESCRIPTION_DANGEROUS_TAG
10.
A title for this Comcode tag. This title will only appear in the help, and is not related to actual usage of the tag.
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Located in [strings]DESCRIPTION_TAG_TITLE
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