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gape

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the story is ... i had some problems till i found out that geeklog doesn't have the 'autolink' feature ... and that if i want to publish a link on geeklog i have to use pure html formatting like
gapes home>> i see that this works here too
than i managed to set up a link
http://www.gape.org/geeklog/public_html/article.php?story=20020524221505954
and then today i have out a bunch of html formated text into a window ... and all the bolds and the lists worked yust fine ... but the link ... geeklog clears all formatting from the a tag. i'm totally confused ... where is the catch ... can someone help me? plizzz gape
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winnits

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Could you point me to an example where you're having such problems? I've never had any issue using a standard a href tag within either Geeklog articles or blocks (in the format <a href="http://www.a.site">Click here</a>.
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i can give you link to my sitre with geek http://www.gape.org/geeklog/public_html/ but the link to nonworking thing i cannot give you couse when i enter the text, that should be a link and i click save ... it's gone, yust the text stays there you can log in and try ... i'm really confused it worked for me before, there is a post wich contains link, here it iz http://www.gape.org/geeklog/public_html/article.php?story=20020524221505954 but i cannot create new one. tnx gape
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winnits

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When submitting a story to your site I noticed that the allowable html tags have "<a href="http://">text</a>" listed in place of "<a>" - this is the cause of the problem, you need to change this back and links within an HTML submission should work correctly. If you open config.php in your Geeklog root the allowable HTML line would look like this by default: $_CONF['allowablehtml'] = '<p>,<b>,<i>,<a>,<em>,<br>,<tt>,<hr>,<li>,<ol>,<div>,<ul>'; If you correct the <a href="http://">text</a> bit to be just <a> then this should work correctly for you.
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i cannot thank you enough dumb me i wanted to help users with generating the html code and ... thanks again it's working now ... afcourse
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