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31 August 2012 at 4:58am
I am using SilverStripe to publish content on my website which is basically a blog. I'd like to format certain bits of text in a specific way so as to, for instance, add a Wikipedia-like external link image to some <a> tags or add a class to <span> tag so that the text can have a dotted underline. For that, I'm used to using CSS.
The problem is that when I enter text on new pages, I don't see anywhere a possibility to switch from the WYSIWYG rendering to a Source rendering in order to edit the HTML tags and add the CSS identifiers that I want to add. I've read the help documentation, including Creating and editing content page but there' no mention of it in there.
Thank you for your help.
2 September 2012 at 2:45pm
The HTML button is in TinyMCE (http://2.4.userhelp.silverstripe.org/assets/screenshots/Screen%20shot%202010-06-28%20at%202.39.30%20PM.png) fourth from right, second row.
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