wiki:WebmoreXHTML

Allowed XHTML tags and attributes

Webmore allow users to use some XHTML tags in their articles and comments:

Tag Allowed attributes
p style*
i
n
u
em
strong
blockquote style*
a href, title
h1
h2
h3
pre
br
img src, alt
span
ol
li
ul
div style*
  • — You can use only 'margin-left: [number]px;' in style attribute for these tags.

We allow it only because of FCKEditor (it uses margin-left for indentation purposes).


XML extensions

Webmore also supports a set of special XML tags which you can use in your articles: subtitle, frontquote and abstract.

  • <subtitle>...</subtitle> — use this tag to add an explanatory or alternate title to your article.
  • <abstract>...</abstract> — this tag should be used for a brief summary of an article.
  • <frontquote>...</frontquote> — use it to select important quotes from your article.

If an article has both abstract and a frontquote tag in it, abstract will be displayed on the journals' frontpages, otherwise the system will pick up a tag that is presented in the article's text. If neither abstract nor frontquote is there, article's cropped text will be displayed.