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These are some advanced copy and paste examples to use in skyWriter.
Building A Portal Page with Framesets or DHTML
How To Build Portal Framesets How To Build DHTML Portals
A Portal Index Page Eighteen Portal Template Pages Eighteen DHTML Template Pages .
Copy the link below and paste it into the GetURL dialog for a New page in skyWriter. Save it as a new Portal page.
To use this Portal, you need two source files in the same folder with this page, and a skyBuilders Nav Panel:
Change the src="nav.html" to src="/timelines/Nav.html?DoWhat=generate&SelectedOptionID=1"/ or whatever Nav Panel ID you have made.
You may also edit the Portal source code:
Copy the link below and paste it into the GetURL dialog for a New page in skyWriter. Save it as a new Glossary.
http://help.skybuilders.com/Glossary/GlossaryTemplate.htmlYou can modify the appearance of the glossary by substituting another style sheet for http://help.skybuilders.com/Glossary/cssglossary.css.
Style Sheets (How To Create Style Sheets)
Copy and paste these lines immediately after the <title> tag in the <head> section of your document.
<link rel="stylesheet" href="http://help.skybuilders.com/Pages/CSS/stylesheet1.css">
The first line creates a <link> to an external style sheet that can be anywhere on the web (if you provide an absolute link).
The <style> tags override the definitions for h2,h3, and h4 in the external style sheet. This is why they are called "cascading" style sheets (CSS).
Styles in the <style> tags override external styles, and if you should have "in-line" styles in the <body> (e.g., <font> tags), these would override both external styles and the embedded styles in the head.
You can include a web page anywhere inside another page by using a skyFeed. You can also include formatted data like an Events Listing.
An email link to multiple addresses (put commas between email addresses):
Notice the use of the subject attribute in the form of a query string (?subject=Multiple%20Emails). This allows you to place a subject string in your mail header. The "%20" is used to denote spaces between words in the subject string.
sDateline = new Date();
Use getURL or copy the source of this page.
<?php header("location: http://www.skybuilders.com/exampleRedirection.html"); ?>