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how can I add automaticalyy a <span></span>


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servalman

Community Member, 211 Posts

8 October 2009 at 6:58am

Hi

Last question for today :

Is there a way of adding automaticalyy <span></span> to a the h1 h2 h3 etc. styles when using the editor
I can't have my client write them in html

Thank you

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socks

Community Member, 190 Posts

8 October 2009 at 7:46am

Not that I know of. Can you elaborate why you would want to do <span><h1>Header</h1></span>, that doesn't make sense to me.

If you want <h1>Header <span>(other info)</span></h1>, then you should make a class for the Style drop-down menu.

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Greg1

Community Member, 28 Posts

8 October 2009 at 11:27am

Can you give us an example of the HTML output that you want?

As the previous poster said it doesn't really make sense.

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servalman

Community Member, 211 Posts

8 October 2009 at 7:45pm

Hi

I'm trying to be clearer :

Yes it is more like this :
<h1>Header <span>(other info)</span></h1>

I need to Place a CSS background image horizontally right on an h2, for this image to be right after the h2 I need span.

here is a tutorial showing this technique :http://veerle.duoh.com/blog/comments/placing_a_css_background_image_horizontally_right_on_an_h2_using_a_span_ele/

I'm very intereted in the way you can make a class for the Style drop-down menu.

Thanks a lot

T

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zenmonkey

Community Member, 528 Posts

9 October 2009 at 12:13pm

Since this is a styling issue and not a content issue I'd just call on the power of jQuery. http://jquery.com

Its a great javascript library that can handle all sorts of style-y bells and whistles. Barring that, you could alway add a check box or drop down field to your page type and a function that checks if its clicked/selected then the template will render the span. But like I said since this seems to be style and not a content issue I'd go the jQuery route