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How do you put HTML into Instructables? Answered

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Troy_1

6 years ago

Click the "Source" button in the upper right corner of the edit box to enter HTML code.

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khazTroy_1

Answer 6 years ago

Hi.
I cannot see the 'Source' button. Has it changed since you wrote this answer?

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Troy_1khaz

Answer 6 years ago

I attached a screenshot of my computer, Yes it is still there. It is on the far right on the toolbar(the toolbar with bold, underline, hyperlink, paste from word, etc.)

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khazTroy_1

Answer 6 years ago

Now my question may look a little silly...
As the matter with 'Source' button became clear, it prompts another question:
Why I haven't got that many buttons in my editor? (see picture) Is it the linux case?

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Troy_1khaz

Answer 6 years ago

Linux shouldn't be the problem, I'm running Mac OSX Mountain Lion and it looks exactly the same as on Windows Vista. Your OS shouldn't make any difference.

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Troy_1khaz

Answer 6 years ago

I just remembered, I won a pro membership, maybe it is part of the pro membership thing?

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khazkhaz

Answer 6 years ago

Another possibility: maybe the reason for so poor 'rich editor' is, that I haven't posted any instructalbe yet?

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Troy_1khaz

Answer 6 years ago

Here's a better close-up screenshot.

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Derinkelseymh

Answer 9 years ago

There should be a way.That's how the admins put images whereever they want.

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kelseymhDerin

Answer 9 years ago

Staff don't have to go through the regular editor/parser interface.

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ReCreate

9 years ago

You can not Put HTML in to instructables,Look for the Text formatting Instructable,You can do Quite a bit,Exept for flashing text.