---++ Using HTML %STARTINCLUDE% You can use most HTML tags in topics without a problem. This is useful where you want to add some content that is formatted in a way that is not supported using [[wiki syntax]], for example, you can write =<strike>deleted text</strike>= to get <strike>deleted text</strike>. There are a few usability and technical considerations to keep in mind: * On collaboration pages, it's better *not* to use HTML, but to use [[wiki syntax]] instead - this keeps the text uncluttered and easy to edit using the plaintext editor. * If you _must_ use HTML, use [[http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/][XHTML 1.0 Transitional]] syntax. * Use =<literal>..</literal>= tags around blocks of HTML to avoid accidental interpretation of [[Wiki syntax]] within the HTML. <blockquote class="foswikiHelp">%X% Script tags may be filtered out, at the discretion of your Wiki administrator.</blockquote> Recommendations when pasting HTML from other sources (using the plain-text editor): * Copy only text between =<body>= and =</body>= tags. * Remove all empty lines. Foswiki inserts =<p />= paragraph tags on empty lines, which causes problems if done between HTML tags that do not allow paragraph tags, like for example between table tags. * Remove leading spaces. Foswiki might interpret some text as lists. * Do not span a tag over more than one line. Foswiki requires that the opening and closing angle brackets - ==<...>== - of a HTML tag are on the same line, or the tag will be broken. * In your HTML editing program, save without hard line breaks on text wrap. When using a WYSIWYG editor, you can just copy-paste directly into the editor, and the content will be converted to [[wiki syntax]] automatically when you save. %STOPINCLUDE%
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