Inserting inline HTML code
 
TreePad enables you to improve the appearance of articles exported as HTML by inserting customized HTML or Javascript code (termed "inline code") where required , separated from surrounding text by being enclosed between the special parentheses and. This code will not be altered by TreePad, so will be exported correctly.
 
Typical format:
... Article text ...
... Article text ...
 
 
A customized Web page HTML source section:
 
[code goes here]
 
... Article text ...
... Article text ...
 
(In the examples in this article, the special parentheses are shown boldface and the HTML text in blue to distinguish them from Article text, but this is not required. You may, however, find it an advantage to use a similar scheme. The examples shown are images of article code to prevent errors when exporting this manual in HTML form.)
 
 
A customized Web page HEAD modifier
 
 
Note that here the head modifier does not replace the <head> section of the exported article, but the elements inside the head modifier are added to the automatically exported⁄created head section. Thus it is possible to include more than one head modifier in one article, or to have no head modifier at all.
 
 
A customized Web page BODY modifier
 
 
Note that here the body modifier does not replace the <body> section of the exported article, but the elements inside the body modifier are added to the automatically exported⁄created body section. Thus it is possible to include more than one body modifier in one article, or to have no body modifier at all.
 
 
Example: javascript button
 
 
Javascript will not be executed inside TreePad, and is only effective when the page is exported to HTML or Web site.
 
 
Example: a table containing Javascript
 
 
Automated HTML code insertion
To insert inline HTML code:
 
Available code sections
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