Date: Sat, 29 Dec 2007 11:22:59 -0500
Reply-To: "Audimar P. Bangi" <email@example.com>
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From: "Audimar P. Bangi" <audi@SAS2THEMAX.COM>
Subject: Tip -- Turning off HTML scrubber for your blog
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Have you tried posting a blog with HTML tags for color-highligting your SAS
codes, only to find out, to your dismay, that it just doesn't work because
your blog host automatically "desanitizes" your blog entry for any HTML tags
or scripts using an internal mechanism called html scrubbing?
But why do you want your SAS codes to appear color-highlighted in the first
place? Like this one...
I can only answer that based on my own personal opinion: it just looks
better for blogs and web presentations (compared to a plain black).
Different blog hosts treat html scrubbing differently. If you're using
Community Server (http://www.comunityserver.org), I can help turn off html
scrubbing. Just send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
By the way, SAS-to-HTML conversion for my tips page is done using my free
Notebook (http://sas2themax.com/free). You can easily adjust the font family
and size to your liking so take advantage of it!