I'm trying to get this code to work for a template.
Basically, can (and how) do you give a <p> a class when using the <$description> tag?
This is the code from the template page on CM :
<$description default='<p>Enter body content here</p>'$>
This is my code:
<table cellspacing="0" border="0" cellpadding="0" width="576"> <tr> <td valign="top"> <$title default='<p class="studio_text_title">Suzuki Swift</p>'$> <$description default='<p class="studio_text">"Parkour" TVC with Director/DOP Mark Toia at Zoom Films for The Standford Partnership agency in Melbourne. Shot in Sydney CBD in December and features Australian parkour and free-running genius, Chris Patton (Germany). Tee by Mooks, jeans by Diesel, shoes by K-Swiss.</p>'$> </td> <td class="studio_image"><img src="<$imagesrc link='true' default='images/studio_image.jpg'$>" width="384" height="192" alt="Suzuki Swift 'Parkour'" /></td> </tr> </table>
strangely, I think it just worked after a bit of rejigging...
If anyone at CM can spot where I went wrong with the above example or shed some light on this for future users searching, great.
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