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  • According to the info at http://textism.com/tools/textile/

    Example:
    "This is a link (This is a title) ":http://www.textism.com

    Will become:
    <a href="http://www.textism.com" title="This is a title">This is a link</a>

    Hi Kaf,
    don’t works for me, all text under (..) is print out as normal text.
    I’m using textile 2 plugin

    Well, I tested in with the Textile 2 plugin (2.4 beta), and it worked as advertised for me.

    EDIT: Ah, I see what may be up. Example above has a space where there should be none (between the closing ) and quote mark):

    "This is a link (This is a title)":http://www.textism.com

    I won’t blame myself, as I copied&pasted the example from the Textile pages…

    Thanks now works! I’m new on textile.
    I’ve experienced many problems on inline formatting when replacing <span> tag:
    eg %{color:red}(this text must be between parenthesis)% or %(class)*%
    There is a real escape character? I’ve tried with double = and backslash but they seems don’t works

    Couldn’t say, as I only know the basic syntax for Textile. Spent far too long writing content intermixed with HTML to retrain for yet another format. And considering that’s the format it finally ends up in, I’d rather stick to it.

    The new version 2.6 release has working escapes ( == or <notextile> ), and you should be able to insert HTML without pain now.

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