HTML Editor portlets allow you to use HTML to display customized content such as Web links, OnBase links, images, tables, and formatted text.
From the lower-left corner, choose which mode you would like to work in:
Design- Allows you to work with Rich Text Format and use the toolbar buttons to quickly design and format the content within the portlet. This is ideal for users with limited or no understanding of HTML. It is also allows you to see how some of the content is going to be displayed.
HTML- Allows you to work freely within the workspace using HTML code. This is ideal for users experienced in using HTML. It is also ideal if you would like to paste HTML code into the portlet.
For security purposes, the HTML Editor portlet filters out most scripts and elements containing event attributes. Some custom code, such as code used for embedding videos, is allowed.Tip:
You can switch between modes without losing content entered into the workspace.
- If you selected Design mode, use the buttons in the toolbars to customize the portlet and display content in Rich Text Format. If you selected HTML mode, add HTML code to customize the portlet and display content in HTML code.
- Click Save.