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  • Hi

    I recently started using WP for publishing bridge-stories.

    With the style sheet I got from: I am able to create a perfect looking diagram.

    I would like to know where to put this code instead of inserting it everytime in the HTML-popup of TinyMCE.

    I am not really familiar with style sheets, but is it possible to “apply” them to a block of text? Or maybe I have to make a custom button in TinyMCE?

    I hope you have some suggestions to put me on the right track.


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  • You would want to call the javascript in your header or index script depending upon your them. Look at each one of these and see if there is already a js call in it.

    I don’t get your suggestion. Here: that’s how a bridge diagram looks like. With DIV’s and css I can create such a diagram (no tables involved).

    Now what can I do? I can create a template, and each time I need a diagram, copy/paste the template and then edit it to my liking.

    I’d rather just enter bridgedata and then “apply the style” to it. But I don’t know if that’s the way things work. I have been looking into custom tags, but that may be way off.


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