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Thread poster: Mirko Mainardi

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English to Italian
Aug 21, 2018

Where do I find a list of supported HTML tags?

I just tried to add a "details" & "summary" tag to my profile, and it doesn't work. It kind of works (with "Details" shown instead of the summary text) in the preview, but not in the published profile itself.

Since we are not allowed to use JS or CSS, and since it seems a lot of HTML doesn't work either, the customization options for our profiles seem to be really very limited... but at least a list of supported/unsupported
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Where do I find a list of supported HTML tags?

I just tried to add a "details" & "summary" tag to my profile, and it doesn't work. It kind of works (with "Details" shown instead of the summary text) in the preview, but not in the published profile itself.

Since we are not allowed to use JS or CSS, and since it seems a lot of HTML doesn't work either, the customization options for our profiles seem to be really very limited... but at least a list of supported/unsupported tags would reduce the time wasted trying to do something with it...
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