Stack HTML to be used in footer template


(Keith Callaby) #1

Hi all. I need to transfer a page footer I have made in stacks to HTML for use in a page template. Is there a way to do this? The source HTML is below. What elements have to be removed/changed to make it cleaner HTML?

Thanks.

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(Mathew Mitchell) #3

First, I don’t see any HTML here. So … it’s hard to help.

What kind of stack were you using? If a Markdown stack, then there are easy conversions to HTML. If Styled Text then it’s trickier.


(Keith Callaby) #4

Hi Matthew. Doh! It has rendered to styled text in my post. Schoolboy error! :wink: It is a 3 Column Responsive Stack, with Styled Text Stacks. From your post I’m guessing that will be difficult to convert? Thanks for your reply.


(Mathew Mitchell) #5

Well the regular text may be fine, but all the links will need to be converted to HTML. The following website might help:

There’s also a more general site:
https://4html.net/Online-HTML-Editor-Text-to-HTML-Converter-870.html

Otherwise use Google to find alternative easier ways to do this.