Advanced Users: Use this tab to enter additional text or source code into most generated web pages. Use this feature with caution. The text is emitted directly, without syntax checking. You might insert additional META tags, scripts, internal CSS definitions, and other objects like XML, XHTML, and DHTML.
Standard Pages are the Surname, Index and Family Group Sheet pages. Multimedia Pages are the thumbnail and slide pages of your multimedia galleries. Gallery pages usually reside in a different folder and thus, you may need to adjust any relative folder paths for these pages.
These are the areas in a web page file where you can insert additional code:
/ <!DOCTYPE> | <---before <HTML> | / <HTML> | | <---after <HTML> | | H / <HEAD> | | E | <---after <HEAD> F | H | A | ... I | T | D | <---before </HEAD> L | M | \ </HEAD> E | L | B / <BODY> <---within <BODY> | | O | <---after <BODY> | | D | ... | | Y | <---before </BODY> | | \ </BODY> | | <---before </HTML> | \ </HTML> \ <---after </HTML>
|File Block||Enter any text to appear before <HTML> and after </HTML>. This is considered file scope, outside of the HTML document itself.|
|<HTML> Block||Enter any text to appear after <HTML> and before </HTML>, at the start or end of the HTML document.|
|<HEAD> Block||Enter any text to appear after <HEAD> and before </HEAD>, at the start or end of the heading block.|
|<BODY> Block||Enter any text to appear within the <BODY> tag itself and also after <BODY> and before </BODY>, at the start or end of the body block.|
You can also include macros within your customized text.
Text is inserted into all generated web pages, except frameset pages. Frameset pages are generated only when you choose to display source citations in a frame window at the bottom of the browser. They provide the framework in which to display the family group sheet page and the footnote page.