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Add HTML elements to Teamraiser Personal and Team Pages

So that we can add links to the body text. 

  • Guest
  • Jun 29 2015
  • Already exists
Area of the Product TeamRaiser
Org/Company Name Parent Project Muscular Dystrophy
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  • Brent Heatherington commented
    August 18, 2015 14:11

    Thanks Danielle. You can currently add HTML content to personal pages. Here's the help link that explains what steps you can take to perform this task: https://www.blackbaud.com/files/support/helpfiles/luminate-online/help/luminateonline.html#../Subsystems/Fundraising/Content/Tasks/Admin_Tributes_Campaigns_Edit_Personal_Fundraising_Pages.html

    This can also be done in the Participant Center. HTML elements can be entered in the WYSIWYG.

  • Andre Coronado commented
    November 14, 2017 21:34

    I am trying to add HTML into the content block of a Team Raiser personal page and upon saving it just shows up as plain text. In the Team Raiser's Event Options I have RTE turned on and the corresponding image and link checkboxes checked. Is there something I'm missing, Brent?

  • Guest commented
    03 Jan 21:17

    Hi All! 

     

    I know this reply is late, but I just found this while reviewing some ideas and wanted to provide some input. 

    The areas of LO where you are only seeing rich text editors are intentional. The system does not offer front end users a WYSIWYG or HTML editor because that would allow a user to inject malicious code into their personal page, or into the content for an email they send from their participant center. As such we do not allow them to enter actual code, but rather there is just that rich text editor that allows them similar capability without the chance they could insert a malicious script into a web page or email. 

     

    Thanks,

    Kenneth Keil

    Blackbaud

    Business Analyst, Staff

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