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Fan in training

I have looked ein FAQ, Googled and much more and I haven´t found a way to insert a javascriptsnippet on the main page in such a form that it actually works after insertion...

I have tried html block, code block and raw code - everything just leaves the raw java code visible on the main page or leaves an empty block

I really can´t see what I´m doing wrong, but then again I´m a novice in ocportals way of working although I´m rather familiar with ordinary html coding.

Can anybody please help me out of my misery?

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Community saint

If memory serves, I think you need to do it as follows:


<script type="text/javascript">
// <![CDATA[

Your Code here


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Honoured member

That may work, but I've been under the impression that ocPortal doesn't allow you to run javascript or any type of code for that matter directly from the page since it would allow a serious risk to hacking.  
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It should work fine if you're an admin. Ensure the WYSIWYG is off as that could interfere with code.

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