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BKMs fromUse WYSIWYG or Plain Text format This ensures that the content you submit will align with styles and responsive themes. You can disable rich text to view and clean up the HTML. Be aware that any styles or classes used that are not pre-approved will be stripped out or ignored after submitting your content to the system. Text content Get in the habit of using a plain text editor like Notepad to write your posts, then copy them into the WYSIWYG interface, then apply styles available in the WYSIWYG. Do not specify fonts (e.g., Arial or Intel Clear) or text colors (e.g., grey or #c4d600). Let... Last updated on 05/16/2017 - 16:24
Additional Settings fromBelow the WYSIWYG there are more settings you should understand how to use. This page will cover the items just below the WYSIWYG section. See Metadata: Taxonomy for the Metadata section. See Metadata: Other for information on the items in the gray left-hand navigation at the bottom. Language The first item to note below the WYSIWYG is the Language drop-down. This defaults to English. However, if you are creating content in a different language, be sure to select the language here. This will give the automatic alias a localized URL using the language-location indicator, e.g.: https://... Last updated on 12/09/2016 - 08:16
TCE: Forum moderator fromThe Intel® Developer Zone Forums were created to be a visible community where users can discuss, share, and collaborate. Our forums encourage users to raise questions and get answers, and exchange information. The open nature of the forums also allows us to get valuable information about product usage, in order to make future improvements. Your most important contribution will probably be as a moderator. You need to monitor posts for inappropriate content and language, remove or edit posts that are inappropriate, move posts that are in an incorrect forum, and generally manage the discussion... Last updated on 12/09/2016 - 08:21
Using the WYSIWYG fromIt's a good idea to get in the habit of using a plain text editor like Notepad to write your posts, then copy them into the WYSIWYG interface. The menu bar contains most standard formatting options as well as access to special features, styles, and modules used on the site. The system is frequently updated with new features and widgets so the interface may change, but the basics will remain. Each item has a 'tool-tip' when you hover over it. Details for each are below. Do not use the items marked with a red X.Legend: Bold Italic Strikethrough Align left (default) - text only (... Last updated on 12/08/2016 - 08:26
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