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Features / Usability

Features / Usability


Fail displaying rich text document in wiki page

posts: 89 Argentina

1. to get html code I paste a formatted Word document (fonts, paragraphs, underlines, …) inside a FrontPage file;
2. move to Code view, select all and copy html code;
3. go to admin-dynamic content and create a content block in wich I paste the html code;
4. after programming content block all look fine (fonts, styles, …) and display identical to original document;

5. but when I include content block using
 Plugin disabled
Plugin content cannot be executed.
into a wiki page or an article all change and look weird. Same result pasting html code directly into page.

6. does wiki page style prevails or conflicts with html code ?

Thanks for your answers,

Rogelio

posts: 4642 Japan

There is a Word to wiki converter (see WordToWiki ) that might work for you, and save the HTML conversion step. Otherwise, I'm not sure what kind of HTML code ))FrontPage(( produces (quality level, cleanness, etc.); that could be a problem.

-- Gary - themes.tw.o

posts: 89 Argentina

I used WordToWiki macro and it performs well enough.
Of course, page displays theme's font-family default.

I still wonder, why content-block html attributes disappear when are invoked from a wiki page ?

I'll continue looking for an answer about that different behaviour.


Thanks Gary,
Rogelio

> There is a Word to wiki converter (see WordToWiki ) that might work for you, and save the HTML conversion step. Otherwise, I'm not sure what kind of HTML code ))FrontPage(( produces (quality level, cleanness, etc.); that could be a problem.
>
> — Gary - themes.tw.o


posts: 1817 Catalan Countries

Rogelio, for your information, there are also other ways to export "office suite" contents to Tiki: see OpenOffice2Tiki
and/or OpenOffice2Tiki,es
Cheers.
Xavi

posts: 89 Argentina

Xavi, i've to accept that TW is carrying me to an every time most expanded scene.
It appears as if time to bring OpenOffice to our organizations and personal life would have arrived.
Any suggestions about how to start within a fairly large organization?
First step is to take oneself the medicine! Eating own dogfood!
Then to set up a team…

Thanks, Rogelio