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Revision as of 15:03, 10 September 2007

When writing HTML in Moodle, you are free to use almost any HTML tags you like to produce the effect you want.

Note that scripting (eg Javascript or VB Script) is not allowed, and will be removed automatically.

Your code will normally be printed on the page within a table cell, so:

  • there is no need to use any <HEAD> or <BODY> tags
  • be careful about unmatched </TABLE> tags that may mess up the display.

Smilies (emoticons) created in text will be converted into their graphical equivalent, and bare URLs will be converted into links.

See also

HTML editor | overlib