Re: [Clip] Help with Clips and Templates
- ed, copy that code, right click on some clip in the visible library and then
type add from clipboard, give the thing a name and you have a new clip that
when clicked will insert that every time
it is that simple to make cut and paste clips
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----- Original Message -----
From: "Ed Brown" <ebrown27@...>
Sent: Wednesday, October 29, 2003 11:53 AM
Subject: Re: [Clip] Help with Clips and Templates
> Alan wrote:
> >Next is how I did it. I have an unmodified the native html template that
> came with Ntab when I installed Ntab.
> >Just in the pop up wizard. Change it there, the email field in that
> Of course this did not work while the read only box was checked. Therefore
> the changes could not be made until it was unchecked. Works great now.
> Is it possible to have this in a clip that will bring up the following
> script complete with the div align center? I would like to place it on
> almost every web page that I work on.:
> document.write("<font face='Arial, helvetica' size='-2'
> color='#993399'><b>This page last edited <tt>" + document.lastModified) +
> The script mets and passes the W3.org XHTML validator so it must be kept
> just as written.
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