adding unrecognized tags
Thread poster: Jeanette Lundström

Jeanette Lundström  Identity Verified
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Aug 26, 2009

I sometimes work on docs with non standardized tags. Basically tags that the company use internally within the company but that are not standard html or xml code. Example: < br />, < BR > or [LINK]. How can I adjust my tag settings so that Tag Editor recognizes these tags and protects them?

Thanks in advance!

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Stanislav Pokorny  Identity Verified
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INI file Aug 27, 2009

Hi Jeanette,
this is what INI files are for. Create one in the Tag Settings Wizard and specify the corresponding tags as internal or external as needed. That should do it.


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Jeanette Lundström  Identity Verified
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how? Aug 27, 2009

that is what I have been trying to do

I must be doing something wrong though cause I cannot get it to work...

Step by step instructions anyone?


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