Block Editor – Sandbox

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LINK TO SETUP PAGE #AGCW

Examples of > and < dingbats

2019-10-01 The Anthologize Export-to-PDF plugin is unable to process less than “<” signs properly, resulting in busted pages in the exported document. Until that issue is resolved , the editors have been substituting the < and > dingbat characters on WordPress pages that require those symbols. Copy/paste the dingbats from the text below into your edited page.

[greater than symbol] [less than symbol]
greater than symbol ” ❯ “, less than symbol ” ❮ “, ❮ ❯

Alert Boxes with shortcodes

Success Alertbox with normal icon
Type the title, then press <shift>+Enter to move the Alertbox text to a new line in the Alertbox. Highlight the title and make it BOLD TEXT.

Also you can change the icon size:

Shortcode attributes:

Info Alertbox with big icon.
Warning Alertbox with small icon.
Danger Alertbox with normal icon.
  • types: info, success, warning, danger
  • icon_sizes: normal, small, big, hide-icon

BG-Show-Hide Content Link Plug-In

This BG-Show-Hide plug-in will be used for the Macro definitions on various pages, but most important to replace the cumbersome external table currently being used. Examples follow:

The plug-in supports three presets for colors, fonts and behavior. See the >Plugins >BG Show Hide >Help for more info. You do not have to use the presets, but it makes things much easier to define the show/hide text and also allows global changes of all of them from a single setting.

To copy/paste large Show-Hide text document into WordPress page: 1. create a new “Classic” box of text. 2. Paste text into Classic box. 3. Define Classic box as a “Group”. 4. Change “classic” box to a Guttenburg block.

Inserting an anchor in a BG_COLLAPSE shortcode: precede the bg shorcode with “<p id=”AnchorName”></p>”

Show-Hide Presets

Function Keys: view=”link-list” ” icon=”arrow” color=”#023801″ collapse_text=” ” expand_text=

Supported Files List: view=”link-list” view=”button-blue” icon=”plus” collapse_text=”Show Less” expand_text=

Here is an example of the BG Show-Hide shortcodes used in preset1 = link

{SAMPLE label in braces} Here is the text seen before expanding

    {SAMPLE bold text label} Here is the expanded text that will be displayed after pressing the expanding arrow.

    {STACKANOTHER} Macro to stack additional callsigns in all modes. Also check the keycombination CTRL+ALT+G More info and examples in the chapter: Single Operator Call Stacking

    Here is an example of the BG Show-Hide shortcodes used in preset3 = link-list. Note single-spaced rows

    {OTRSP XXXX} Sends a command to an OTRSP device

      {OTRSP XXXX} Used to send a command to an OTRSP (Open Two-Radio Switching Protocol) device. XXXX can be any command known to the OTRSP device

      {OTRSP RX} Sends the OTRSP RX command to the OTRSP device to activate RX corresponding to the currently active radio.

      {STACKANOTHER} Macro to stack additional callsigns in all modes. Also check the keycombination CTRL+ALT+G More info and examples in the chapter: Single Operator Call Stacking

      {OTRSPOTHER RX} Sends the OTRSP RX command to the OTRSP device to activate RX corresponding to the currently inactive radio. For example, if Radio 1 currently has keyboard focus and the {OTRSPOTHER RX} macro is invoked, the OTRSP RX2 command is sent to the OTRSP device, but keyboard focus remains on Radio 1.

    Proposed new page/outline for Supported Contest Setup

    Collapsed text:
    {contest name / acronym} {contest title / friendly name}
    Expanded text:
    CONTEST NAME: {contest acronym in N1MM}
    CONTEST TITLE: {contest friendly name}
    CONTEST DAY/DATE/TIME: {general time of year, season, month… times for this contest}
    CONTEST TYPE: {generic | deleted | CW & SSB | QSPO PARTIES } VHF and UP | DIGITAL | USER DEFINED}
    SETUP “Sent Exchange”: {the text you insert in N1MM+’s Contest Setup dialog window}
    CONTEST EXCHANGE: {the complete exchange as specified in the contest rules}
    CONTEST FIELDS: { exchange fields / ADIF names? }
    SPONSOR WEBSITE LINK: {link to the sponsor’s website and the contest rules}
    SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS: {any contest specific information. This might be many pages long…}

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