HTML tags in page heading, Yippee!

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I am sure that most of the gurus on the forum already know this but I just stumbled upon the fact that I can use html tags in the page heading to customize the font and I am really happy about this! If you check out my new site www.mesmerizedmind.com you will see that I have the main title as it was originally entered in the page heading field and then managed to insert a break and tags to create the second section of the heading. This has allowed me to utilse some of the blank space that used to appear under the page heading.

Now I just need to figure out how to remove the underline from the second section of the heading!
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  • still excited!

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Hi there!

I'm glad you're so excited! But, I have to admit, I'm a little lost! I don't see what you're talking about. This is what I see:

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same for me.
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Lawrence

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Sorry, I forgot to republish my site!

BTW, how did you insert the screen capture into your post?
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im on IE 7
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I'm on FF and IE7 - both show the same results. But, I have to admit, I'm not surprised. When I read that you were able to do this, I was little surprised as I didn't think this could be done. If you do find a way, please do share as we always like to learn new things. =)

p.s. the screenshot above is FF
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Not sure if you saw my response so to confirm, it does work. I entered the html tags directly in the property field for the page heading.

I mean did you do a print screen and then right click and paste in your post or is there another way to do it?

Thanks for the responses!
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1 confused bugger,
you make a screenshot by

pressing Print Screen

pasting it onto paint 9or any other image editing software

saving the file

then uploading the image using the get satisfaction image uploader,

Hope this helps

Alex

http://sportie.yolasite.com
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Thanks Alex!
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Alex

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its okay =D

im here to help
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You guys might like this.....The free version of Screenhunter works just fine for me.....http://www.wisdom-soft.com/sh/index.htm
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Ahhh.. very good! How did you do this?
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I inserted the following in the property field:
Mesmerized Mind
Self-hypnosis for everyone

I am relieved it works!
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How very clever! I'm going to have to play with this now! Thanks for sharing! =)
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I inserted the following in the property field:
Mesmerized Mind Self-hypnosis for everyone

The tag should obviously be br only but if I insert it here it breaks up the post.
I am relieved it works!
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Thanks liitleus, I'm glad i could contribute something after all the advice I've received from you and everyone else!
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If you have vista platform, they come with a neat "snipping tool". You can find this under your accessories and all you have to do is simply drag the screen over the area to "snip" the screen. Then, upload to the forum using the "add an image".
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wow littleus i never knew about the snipping tool,this is quite a good tool,which i will use often now i know it excists
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Just came across this thread. It is a very clever hack. 1confusedblugger - now that you are officially a Yola hacker you are way too clever to use that name. I agree with Ed - you need a new one.

Yes it does work, but we don't spread that advice too freely because some people have tried it and broken the style sheet. Of course you guys are all advanced users and know to try these sort of things on a test page first, so go for it! :)

Once again, I have to spill the beans about the upcoming release. One more item that will be included: basic rich text editing for the page heading!

Anyway - I am sure many people will try this now, so well done!

Hey! A new website! You have been busy! Looks great :)
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Hi Monique, thanks for confirming. I was a little worried about messing with html in the field but I was lucky I guess. Thanks also for more info on the upcoming release. I think a lot of us are going to be checking every post just in case you sneak in more comments like this! :)

Thanks for checking out the website, I am having a lot of fun as always. Whatever did I do with my spare time before I discovered Yola!?
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Uhmm, dunno - Yola took all my spare time! :)