Use of HTML within LOVD
LOVD allows very limited use of HTML, in contrast with LOVD 1.1.0. HTML stands for HyperText Markup Language, and is the language used to create webpages. HTML allows you to define markup in headers, footers, notes and other information.
These forms allow HTML input:
- System settings form
- Create and edit genes
- Create and edit custom columns
- Change custom column display settings
- Create and edit custom links
There are so many books and websites about how to write HTML, that explaining HTML here, even the basics, is useless. Instead, I will provide a couple of links that may help you find your way in HTML.
Please note that when using HTML in LOVD, you do not need to declare or close the <HTML>, <HEAD> or <BODY> tags, since LOVD will do this.