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SOLVED Module stripping HTML

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    SOLVED Module stripping HTML

    Posted 6 years 11 months ago
    • I have a Articles - Category module which is assigned to module position 'sidebar-home'. It is being displayed on the home page in a Module Position which is in the Showcase section. The unordered list is stripping the HTML code which I need for styling.

      Here is the code in the article.
      <span class="sch-date"><span class="fontsize-150">September 26</span><br /><span class="fontsize-125"><a href="http://porktoberque.com/" target="_blank" class="jcetooltip" title="view Event website">PorktoberQue Festival</a></span><br /><span class="font-size:125"><a href="https://goo.gl/maps/FFRqR" target="_blank" class="jcetooltip" title="view Maps and Directions"><strong>Houston County Farm Center</strong> <span class="icon-star"></span> 1701 E Cottonwood Rd <span class="icon-globe"></span> Dothan, AL</a></span></span>

      Here is the generated code:
      <ul class="category-module schedule-home">
      	<li>
      									September 30 - PorktoberQue Festival - Houston County Farm Center, Dothan, AL					
      					
      					
      					
      					
      									<p class="mod-articles-category-introtext">
      						September 26<a href="http://porktoberque.com/" target="_blank" class="jcetooltip" title="view Event website">PorktoberQue Festival</a><a href="https://goo.gl/maps/FFRqR" target="_blank" class="jcetooltip" title="view Maps and Directions"><strong>Houston County Farm Center</strong>  1701 E</a>...					</p>
      					
      	</li>
      </ul>
      			
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    Re: SOLVED Module stripping HTML

    Posted 6 years 11 months ago
    • Please would you post your URL, superuser id and pswd in the secure tab of your post and i'll have a look for you.

      Regards, Mark.
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    Re: SOLVED Module stripping HTML

    Posted 6 years 11 months ago
    • MrT,

      I decided to use RokSprocket Lists display. That gave me the capability I needed.

      Thanks anyway.

      Luke
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