Code

Examples

YMCA of Central Kentucky / Daxko Schedules iframe

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YMCA of Middle Tennessee / GroupEx Pro Script

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Areas it Should Be Used

  • Content Area
  • Sidebar Area
  • Bottom Area

How To Use Code

  • Select “Add Code” from the paragraphs dropdown.

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  • You will see two buttons - one to add a custom block, the other to search for a custom block.

  • To search for an existing custom block, type the name of the block in the autocomplete field and click on an option that appears to embed that block.

  • To add a new block, click the “Add New Custom Block” button.

Learn more about blocks ⇒

  • When you add your block, you will see a blank, unformatted text field. Type your HTML text into this field.

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To use code, you must add HTML tags.

Hard returns will be ignored, and text will be printed out in one long string.

Code will not highlight or color-code your HTML.


There is an option to change to a “Full HTML” text editor, which will allow you to make use of the default text editor; however, using this will strip “faulty” HTML out of your block and may prevent you from using certain tags.

Once you’re done, click the button that either says Add custom block or Update custom block, depending on the option you had selected at first.


Content Types that Support Code

Last modified May 13, 2022: Paragraph pages link updates (90ec487)