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INDEX

AuntMinnie.com Specific
Insert images/documents into articles
AuntMinnie Presents javascript function

General HTML
Bold
Italics
Underline
Lists
Horizontal Rule
Centering
Line Break
Blockquote
Links

Article Templates
General Info
Article Template StyleSheets
General Usage Article Template Placeholders
Resume Database Article Template Placeholders

Marketing Promotion Feature
Marketing Promotion Injection Javascript


Insert images/documents into articles:
Type ;##; to insert an inline image.
Type ;@@; to insert an inline document.

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AuntMinnie Presents:
The AuntMinnie Presents popup is to allow you to pop a window with video. This was used previously with the
Thorelius content.

The following line must be placed at the top of the article:


The following piece of code is an example of how to use this function:


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Bold:
HTML code:
Example: This word is in bold.
Result: This word is in bold.

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Italics:
HTML code:
Example: This word is italicized.
Result: This word is italicized.

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Underline:
HTML code:
Example: This word is underlined.
Result: This word is underlined.

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Ordered Lists:
HTML code:
    ,

  1. Example:

    1. First thing in the list
    2. Second thing in the list
    3. Third thing in the list
    4. Fourth thing in the list

    Result:
    1. First thing in the list
    2. Second thing in the list
    3. Third thing in the list
    4. Fourth thing in the list
    Unordered Lists:
    HTML code:
Horizontal rule:
HTML code:

Example: There is a horizontal rule under this sentence.

Result: There is a horizontal rule under this sentence.

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Centering items on a page:
HTML code:

Example:
This is centered

Result:
This is centered


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Line break:
HTML code:

Example: There is a line break
in this sentence.
Result: There is a line break
in this sentence.

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Blockquote:
HTML code:

Example: The following paragraph is blockquoted:
This could be used to set off a section of your text. It could be used if you want to quote someone and have it be set apart.

Result:
The following paragraph is blockquoted:
This could be used to set off a section of your text. It could be used if you want to quote someone and have it be set apart.


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Link to another web page:
HTML code:
Page
Example:

Result:
Google.com
Additional info: If you want to have the browser pop a new window when they click on the link, add in target=_blank. Example:

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Article Template General Info:
An Article Template can be created by using the placeholder functions listed below. By including these placeholders in the body or the brief (within the EmailSubject tag) of the article it will allow customized article content. The article templates then can be used as templates for scheduled task emails. Information from the database for a particular member will be substituted for the placeholders in the form of html tables, links and strings of data.

An Article Template must have a HelpTag. This is how a scheduled task or other application will find it. If the Article Template is to be used as the content of an email (as part of a Scheduled Task, for instance) then it should also have an Email Subject. Both of these should be put into the 'Brief' section in the form of an Html comment. The HelpTag should always be before the Email Subject. Example:
<--EMAIL_SUBJECT:Article Template Test-->

A placeholder should be put into the article body in the form of an Html comment. Example :


Placeholders can be put into the EmailSubject also. Example :
-->

If the Article Template is not being used for an email then the Email Subject is not necessary.

An Article Template may use a Style Sheet. A Style Sheet should be put at the beginning of the body of the template.

Once the Article Template is saved it can be tested or displayed by entering a memberid and email address in the Article Template section below. By clicking on the 'Test Email' button an email with all the placeholders substituted (based on the memberid entered) will be sent to the address entered in the email address textbox.

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Article Template StyleSheets
StyleSheet 1 :

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General Usage Article Template Placeholders
These placeholders are general purpose and can be used with any Article Template.

1. : Returns a string. Will return a URL in the form of an HTML comment to be used at the top of an email. The string is a link to the front end display page and is for email recipients who use email applications that do not interpret HTML. Example: http://www.auntminnie.com/index.aspx?sec=atd&sub=atd1&memid=image009

2. : Returns a string. Will return the sitename (without the .com). Example: AuntMinnie

3. : Returns a string. Will return a URL for the email recipient to unsubscribe from this particular email reminder. The URL brings the user to the E-mail Options/Insider List section of the Registration page where the user will be able to uncheck an item and unsubscribe from the e-mail.
Example: http://www.auntminnie.com/index.aspx?sec=etn&sub=atd&memid=image009

4. : Returns a string. Returns the member CN based on memberid or current login.

5. : Returns 1 carriage return in the html. This can be used to format the HTML of an e-mail for recipients who are using non-HTML e-mail applications.

6. ProcessText placeholders : There are two placeholders -

and
that may be used for processing text input in an Article Template. The latter takes any carriage returns in the text and substitutes an HTML line break (
) to retain formatting for HTML display. The code that is using the Article Template (asp page, aspx page, exe, etc.) must, when calling the Article Template substitution engine, include all text strings to be processed in the additional parameters hash that is the last parameter of the overloaded function. The key/value pairs would be added to the hashtable in the form of

hshAdditionalParams.Add("strText1",VariableThatContainsTextforStrText1) hshAdditionalParams.Add("strText2",VariableThatContainsTextforStrText2) hshAdditionalParams.Add("strText3",VariableThatContainsTextforStrText3)

IMPORTANT: The key value (such as ‘strText1’ above) must match the placeholder name (like ) in the Article Template. It is possible to have as many ProcessText placeholders in an Article Template as you wish.

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Resume Database Article Template Placeholders
1. : Returns an HTML table containing status info of email recipient resumes. Example:
Resume Status Actions
Test Profile 1 Active [Edit]
Test Profile 4 Not Active [Make active]
Radiology Technician Not Active [Complete neccessary fields]
[Make active]

This table uses the Resume Database Article Template StyleSheet.

2. : Returns an HTML table containing jobs which match the professions sought by the email recipient. The job titles are links to the Job Boards Search page. Example :
The AuntMinnie job boards currently list:
43 Radiology Jobs
26 Radiation Oncology Jobs
18 Radiation Therapist Jobs
37 Technologist Jobs

This table uses the Resume Database Article Template StyleSheet.

3. : Returns a string to be used as a note to email recipents who have inactive resumes. Example : NOTE: Resume's with a status of Not Active are currently not viewable by employers. To make them viewable, please complete all necessary fields and make them active.

4. : Returns an HTML link to the My Resumes page of the Resume Database. The text of the link is "click here". Example :
click here

5. : Returns a TEXT link to the My Resumes page of the Resume Database. (As opposed to an HTML link like placeholder 4.) This text link can then be used in the non-HTML portion of emails. Example :
www.auntminnie.com/index.aspx?sec=mkt&sub=res1

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Marketing Promotion Injection Javascript

Marketing Promotion Injection allows marketing to create a "Marketing Promotion" article that will be displayed on the front page (and currently the Online CE page). Only the article body HTML will be displayed for this article. Special Javascript functions have been added to support hiding and showing a section of the marketing promotion article.

    The following 2 javascript functions are available for the creator of the promotion:
  • mpi_showExtraText - show the hidden section.
      Parameters
    • divID - ID of div to be shown.
    • expandlinkID - ID of link/button to show the div.
    • hidelinkID - ID of link/button to hide the div.
  • mpi_hideExtraText - hide the section.
      Parameters
    • divID - ID of div to be hidden.
    • expandlinkID - ID of link/button to show the div.
    • hidelinkID - ID of link/button to hide the div.

Below is an example of using the above javascript functions to show and hide a div (default -hidden):


Enter the top part of your promotion here.
Click here for more...





Discussion of above example:

    The following items do not need to be in the article... but must be used when showing/hiding a section of the promotion.
  • A div labeled mpi_showMore - this div encapsulates the area that will be shown and hidden.
  • An anchor labeled mpi_expandlink - this link is calling the mpi_showExtraText function when clicked. mpi_showExtraText will display the HTML within mpi_showMore. mpi_showExtraText will hide the mpi_expandlink when it is clicked. mpi_showExtraText will show the mpi_hidelink when this anchor is clicked.
  • An anchor labeled mpi_hidelink - this link is calling the mpi_hideExtraText function when clicked. mpi_hideExtraText will hide the HTML within mpi_showMore. mpi_hideExtraText will hide the mpi_hidelink when it is clicked. mpi_hideExtraText will show the mpi_expandlink when this anchor is clicked.

Below is an example of using the javascript functions to hide and show a div (default - showing):


Enter the small top part of your promotion here. This will not be hidden

Click here to hide.




Put the bottom part of the promotion that is initially shown here.



Feel free to adjust any of the styles. Just remember if you want to hide part of the promotion you must leave the "display:none;" in the mpi_showMore div. The extra div is included under mpi_showMore to add custom style.

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