Dear Charlie:

I totally agree with Stephane Charette!  This is the correct way to do it now in Gramps-3.2.5 and later ...

Sincerely yours,
Rob G. Healey


2010/12/27 Stéphane Charette <stephanecharette@gmail.com>
I disagree with "Icc".  (Who is this?)

The way to get the functionality you want is to make your note a "HTML Code" note.  At the bottom of the note editor, you'll see 4 "fields":  ID, Marker, Type, and Preformatted (checkbox).

The "Type" is a drop-down where you can choose "HTML Code" that doesn't get converted.

Stéphane Charette



On Mon, Dec 27, 2010 at 12:20, lcc . <lcc.mailaddress@gmail.com> wrote:
Hi,

The case is that a bug was fixed. You were taking advantage of a bug
which was fixed. Notes are notes, not html code. So you need to find
another way to insert your html code/include.

lcc

On 12/27/10, Charles R. Dennett <dennett@rochester.rr.com> wrote:
> Hi,
>
> I just upgraded my home Linux server from Fedora 12 to Fedora 14.  That
> also included upgrading GRAMPS from whatever version was in the Fedora
> 12 repository (sorry, don't remember which version that was) to the one
> that comes with Fedora 14 (GRAMPS 3.2.5).
>
> I think I've found a bug.
>
> For the narrated web site I include a home page note.  This note is in
> the format of a server side include and looks like this:
>
> <!--#include virtual="index-include.html"-->
>
> The file index-include.html contains a bunch of html code I wrote that
> is then included in my main genealogy web page.
>
> After upgrading I regenerated my web site.  The angle brackets were
> replaced with their html coded equivalents, namely &lt; and &gt;.  This
> causes my web server to fail to parse the server side include and so my
> page is missing all the information I've added via this file.
>
> As a temporary fix, I can hand edit the index.html file that is
> generated and replace the html codes with the actual characters.
>
> This method of using a server side include as the home page note worked
> quite well in previous GRAMPS versions.  It just that the newest version
> converts the angle bracket characters to their html coded equivalents.
>
> This is how the page should look:
> http://www.dennett.org/genealogy/index.html
>
> This is how it looks before I fix the problem:
> http://www.dennett.org/genealogy/index-broken.html
>
> If this is a known problem, I apologize.  I tried looking back through
> the mailing list archives but did not see anything.
>
> Thanks,
> Charlie Dennett
>
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